Boat air conditioner CASprofessional vesselfor shipsfor yachts

boat air conditioner
boat air conditioner
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for boats, professional vessel, for ships, for yachts
stand-alone, monobloc


Designation Self-contained Ship Air Conditioner type CAS is intended to provide year-round maintenance of pre-set air parameters in air conditioning systems on ships and vessels of all types, floating drilling rigs, offshore fixed platforms, civil property and industrial facilities. Features and Advantages •Nominal cooling capacity 5-42 kW. •Automatic maintenance of pre-set air temperature in the room. •CAS designs are based on return air outlet type: - plenum design (air outlet grille to the room, where conditioner is installed); - design w/o plenum (air outlet to the duct of ship ventilation or air conditioning system). •Ozone-safe refrigerant R134A (basic design). •High-performance compressors, fans, evaporators and condensing units are applied as system components. •Sea and fresh water is used for condenser cooling. •Direct driven fan. •Convenient front and rear access panels for technical service. •Fresh air makeup. •Pressure tap for condensing pressure controller. •Quick and easy replacement of out-of-order conditioners on ships and vessels in operation. Available options •Various cabinet colours on request. •Convenient remote control panel. •Operational data is transmitted by interface channels to control system. •Electric air heater. •Right- and left-hand side connection of cooling seawater piping. •Ozone-safe refrigerants R407C, R404A. •Various cooling capacity on request. Components •Cooling unit: Compressor; Condenser; Air cooler (evaporator); Stop, control and safety valves; Pipings. •Electric fan; •Air filter; •Security facilities and displays; •Control unit.
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