A chilled water applied system uses chilled water as refrigerant to transport heat energy between the indoor units, chillers and the outdoor units. These systems are more commonly found in large HVAC installations, given their efficiency advantages.
The main benefit of a chilled water applied system is refrigerant control. Having the refrigeration equipment installed in a central location minimizes the potential for refrigerant leaks, simplifies refrigerant handling practices, and also makes it easier to contain a leak if one does occur. Another advantage of a chilled water system is that in a building like a hotel, hundreds of rooms can be cooled individually, with each room having its own chilled water indoor unit, all supplied by one chilled water system. It’s the perfect HVAC solution for large buildings, hotels and commercial spaces given their energy efficiency advantages.
Cruise ceiling concealed split type air conditioners or Fan Coil Units are high grade air conditioning systems in which the unit is completely built into the ceiling and cool air is delivered via a duct system which complements the interior decor in accordance with the shape of the room.
Available in a wide range of cooling capacities, concealed split AC's blend in seamlessly with any decor and also boast advantages such as quiet operation, high energy efficiency, space saving compactness and easy installation. A perfect solution for air conditioning of large apartments, offices, hotels and other similar living spaces.
|Single Skin Ceiling Concealed Horizontal Fan Coil Unit|
|Nominal Air Flow||CFM||400||600||800||1000||1200|
|Nominal Cooling Capacity*||Btu/hr||12200||19000||25893||32350||39400|
|Tons||1.0 TR||1.5 TR||2.0 TR||2.5 TR||3.0 TR|
|Fan||Type||Centrifugal Forward Curve, DIDW|
|Motor||Power (For Nominal Static)||HP||1/20||1/12||1/12||1/12||1/4|
|Power (For High Static)||HP||1/5||1/5||1/5||1/4||1/3|
|Coil||Tube Material||Copper Tube||Copper Tube|
|Air Filter||12mm Thick Rough Filter, Washable Type|
|*Nominal cooling capacities are based on 80°F (DB) & 67°F(WB) Air Entering Temperature, 45°F & 53°F Water Inlet/Otlet Temperatures|