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Carrier Corp.: Water-Cooled Screw Chiller

September 19, 2011
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Water-Cooled Screw ChillerThe AquaForce® 30XW water-cooled screw chiller is designed specifically for cooling and heat recovery applications. Hot water can be produced at a controlled temperature for use in various heating applications to maximize heat recovery and increase overall system efficiency. The chiller uses HFC-134 refrigerant. The packaged water-cooled chillers are available in 150- to 400-ton models. A broad range of options is available to meet the needs of diverse jobsites, including compliance with International Building Code and American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) 7 seismic qualification requirements. The unit is 48 inches wide.

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