International cooling manufacturer, Zamil Air Conditioners (ZAC), has launched two new series of modular condensing units. The company has also completed the longest customised chiller ever built in the firm's 33-year history.
According to the ZAC, these new product offerings are specifically designed to satisfy market demand for new HVAC solutions, which provide maximum application flexibility and energy savings to the company's growing customer base.
The new CAX (60Hz)/CAL (50Hz) and CDX (60Hz)/CDL (50Hz) series of air-cooled condensing units consists of several models, ranging from 20-170 tonnes of cooling capacity.
According to the company, they use engineering excellence to provide comfort in air conditioning and efficiency in industrial cooling, along with a superior combination of energy savings, performance, application flexibility, ease of service and maintenance and the ability to withstand extreme ambient temperatures.
These units, suitable for rooftop or ground level installation, can be combined with a wide variety of evaporator coils and blower packages to provide quiet and dependable comfort.
The new series of modular units utilise the environmentally friendly HFC-134a refrigerant, a singular compound form with proven, highly efficient thermodynamic properties. There will be no phase-out or replacement costs for the life of the equipment.
"We are delighted to announce the addition of these two new series of modular condensing units to the ZAC product line-up," said Osama Bunyan, executive vice president, ZAC.
"They enhance our product range in this category and make our offerings more competitive over the existing series."
ZAC also recently designed and built the longest ever chiller in the company's history, with a length of 17.5m and 540 tonnes of cooling capacity. The ASY540 chiller was custom built for Saudi Aramco and tested at 52°C ambient temperature.
"The ASY540 chiller represents a milestone achievement in our ongoing efforts to provide specialised equipment for heavy industrial applications," said Bunyan.For all the latest construction news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.
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