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Climaveneta launches R1234yf chiller

Climaveneta-i-fx-q2ITALY: Climaveneta has introduced a screw chiller operating on R1234yf to its Integra range of 4-pipe air source products.

Offering cooling capacities from 200 to 1100kW, the new i-FX-Q2 family employs inverter driven screw compressors and EC motor fans.

They are said to be the first multi-purpose units adopting the new generation HFO1234yf low GWP refrigerant, which is now being widely adopted for use car air conditioning systems.

The use of variable speed technology in both compressors and fan is said to provide unbeatable performances, especially at partial loads.


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