CyberCool Indoor EC

CyberCool Indoor EC

CyberCool Indoor EC guarantees maximum engineering skill for exceptionally demanding project requirements and operational reliability, with a consistent focus on improving efficiency.

In the EC variant, two complete but redundant refrigerant circuits are fitted for maximum operational availability. In addition to the ON/OFF compressor which comes as standard, an infinitely variable-speed EC compressor ensures maximum efficiency in partial load mode. This means that the unit responds especially rapidly to fluctuations in load and changes in temperature.

Benefits of the EC-Version

  • Redundancy means operational availability

  • Rapid adaptation to fluctuating loads

  • Maximum efficiency in partial load mode

  • Integrated compressor soft-start and continuous operation without compressor on/off cycles result in a very long life-time

Variable cooling capacity in partial and full load mode

10 * – 50 % cooling capacity: The EC compressor is infinitely controllable and generates exactly the cooling capacity required. The ON/OFF compressor is switched off.

~ 50 % cooling capacity: If approximately 50 % of total cooling capacity is required, the ON/OFF compressor constantly delivers the cooling capacity required. The EC compressor is switched off.

50 – 100 % cooling capacity: The ON/OFF compressor generates 50 % of cooling capacity continuously. The EC compressor is infinitely controllable and generates the cooling capacity required over and above this.

* depending on model and operating conditions

CyberCool Indoor EC – the TCO leader

The integrated free cooling function is enabling CyberCool Indoor to consolidate its position as technology leader among indoor chillers. Also equipped with an EC compressor (GES system), the unit is especially efficient in partial load mode. The interaction between variable-speed compressor and indirect free cooling guarantees particularly energy-saving mixed mode. When compared directly to an A system, it is clear that the low operating costs soon cover the higher investment costs.

TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) describes total costs over the entire service life of a unit (incl. investment, operation and maintenance).

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