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API Heat Transfer Inc.: PACKAGED CHILLERS

Two water-cooled packaged chiller models have been added to the company’s range of ACME® refrigeration products. Designed to meet the needs of the industrial refrigeration and hvac markets for complete standardized units available for immediate shipment, single-compressor ESW models are available from 20 to 50 tons while dual-compressor EDW models are available from 40 to 100 tons, says the company. Both models use standardized components, including the compact DXC shell-and-tube evaporator.

API Heat Transfer Inc., 2777 Walden Ave., Buffalo, NY 14225; 716-684-6700; 716-684-2129 (fax); sales@apiheattransfer.com (e-mail); www.apiheattransfer.com (website).

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Publication date: 05/14/2001

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