New collaboration between Euroklimat and Chiller Oy: natural solutions for northern Europe
Euroklimat is pleased to announce a new collaboration with Chiller Oy, an important company active in the air conditioning of buildings and industrial processes in various northern European countries such as Finland, Sweden, Norway and Estonia. The company policy of Chiller Oy is based on the offer of durable products with a high technological level, characterized by a high degree of energy efficiency and which are above all ecological. These products must also be suitable for the harsh climatic conditions of northern Europe and are mainly intended for new or renovated buildings such as residential areas, hotels, public buildings, offices, shopping centres and industrial plants.
A few weeks ago, a reversible heat pump R290 HERA H BP/SL/AS/EC/II 035-1-1 installed at the Chiller Oy head office in Tuusala in Finland on the northern area of Helsinki was successfully started up. The unit is equipped with a reciprocating semi-hermetic compressor controlled by inverter, brazed plate heat exchanger, finned pack heat exchanger with hydrophilic coating, EC axial fan, high sound absorbing sandwich panels, advanced electronic controller and a device for remote control and monitoring with 4G connection. In addition, the unit is equipped with a raised base specially made for cold climates; in this way it is avoided that any accumulations of snow interfere with the activity of the heat pump.
Given the reversibility feature, this unit is suitable both for heating during the winter season and for cooling during the summer season. In particular, it can heat water from 40 Â°C to 45 Â°C with a capacity of 33.5 kW when the external dry bulb temperature is equal to 7 Â°C (6 Â°C of WB); with the activation of the cycle inversion, the unit can cool water from 12 Â°C to 7 Â°C with a capacity of 29.1 kW when the external temperature is equal to 35 Â°C.
The whole Euroklimat team sincerely thanks Chiller Oy for the trust shown, in the hope that this important collaboration will be the starting point for numerous technological challenges, which aim is to provide products with very high energy efficiency and low environmental impact.