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An air-cooled, single/dual circuit R134a/R1234ze high capacity chiller designed around revolutionary centrifugal Turbocor compressors integrated with cutting edge components. Brilliantly engineered, using Airedale’s vast expertise in cooling technology, the TurboChill™ minimises environmental impact by lifting efficiency to new heights and pushing down sound levels.
The intelligent, self-optimising compressors present near silent, oil-free operation and ultra-efficient, variable speed control. This allows TurboChill™ to match load requirements exactly and enables selection of the optimum model, in terms of efficiency, sound level, footprint and price, for each individual application.
Offering exceptional ESEER value, the TurboChill™ offers increased flexibility and choice with more than 230 models available to choose from. 76 of these models have been specifically developed for use with the low Global Warming Potential (GWP) refrigerant R1234ze, whilst 110 TurboChill™ models from the range combine the latest compressor technology with the power-saving benefits of free-cooling.
TurboChill™ matches load requirements exactly and enables selection of the optimum model, in terms of efficiency, sound level, footprint and price, for each individual application.
For the ultimate in energy efficient chiller solutions, the new TurboChill™ FreeCool combines the unparalleled efficiency of centrifugal Turbocor compressor technology, with the power saving benefits of free-cooling. The oil-free operation of the revolutionary Turbocor compressor allows infinitely variable speed operation giving exact capacity match and using substantially less power at part load.
The TurboChill™ FreeCool achieves 1-100% free-cooling, year round. During any mechanical cooling, the excellent part load efficiencies of the TurboChill™ FreeCool ensure an ESEER* of up to 6.23.*ESEER (European Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) is based on the part load efficiency of TurboChill over the course of a year and is a better indicator of real energy draw and running costs.