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Ship condensing unit CLN(F)-23~302
air conditioning

ship condensing unit
ship condensing unit
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for ships
air conditioning


Marine water cooled compress-condensing unit is a supplement to marine AC unit, it splits the original marine AC unit into marine water cooled compress-condensing unit and marine AHU according to installation site requirements. It has the features of convenient operation, stable running, safety and reliability, flexible arrangement, convenient maintenance. The main function is providing suitable cooling medium for direct evaporation type terminal of marine AC system. Main components it is composed of refrigeration compressor, horizontal shell and tube type condenser, control elements and electric control unit, the structure is frame structure, all parts are installed on a common base. Product function The main function of air cooled marine compress-condensing unit is to provide suitable refrigerant for direct evaporation type terminal of marine AC system. Product advantages Marine air cooled compress-condensing unit splits marine packaged type AC unit into two. The small volume has the advantage of flexible arrangement in narrow and small space. The design, manufacture, delivery of AC unit is conducted according to the standard of classification societies (such as "CCS", "ABS", "NK", "DNV") and "navy", and it can be manufactured according to customer's actual demands. Basic parameters: ● Cooling capacity:23kW~302kW ●Refrigerant: standard equip R404A, R134a、R407C、R449A can be selected ● Power supply: standard equip AC 3PH 380V/50Hz, AC 3PH 440V/60Hz, other power source can be selected if it is needed: AC 3PH 415V/50Hz, AC 3PH 460V/60Hz, AC 3PH 480V/60Hz, AC 3PH 690V/60Hz.
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