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Ship water chiller OM

ship water chiller
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The YORK® Titan™ OM Custom Design Centrifugal Chiller features extraordinary capacity, exceptional flexibility and unsurpassed reliability. Zero-ODP, R-134a or R-513A refrigerant Precise, chilled water temperature to 0.1°F Available in electric drive or steam drive for water- or air-cooled condensing Proven, Unsurpassed Reliability Proven in large-scale cooling projects, OM chillers are used more than all other brands combined. The YORK® Titan™ OM Custom Design Centrifugal Chiller offers a complete combination of features that address even the most challenging applications. Titan™ is perfect for district cooling, air-cooled condensing, brine chilling, heat pump operation, and similar, demanding industrial applications. Features Uses zero-ODP, R-134a or R-513A refrigerant Custom multi-stage chiller with flexible options of steam turbine or electric motor with variable speed drive Heat pump operation produces up to 170⁰ F hot water Can operate down to approximately 55°F (13°C) entering condenser water temperature Available in electric-, steam-, or gas-drive, for water- or air-cooled condensing, OM chillers can be used for water chilling, brine cooling, or ice building Used in critical applications/projects (including gold mines, airports, district cooling, hospitals, universities, etc.) Industrial, reliable, long-lasting proven design Free cooling feature can operate at up to 60% design load Open drive design Variable-speed control Heat pump operation produces up to 170⁰ F hot water


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