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Water cooler RFC, RFI
for the food industrylaboratoryfor hydraulic applications

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Characteristics

Material
water
Applications
for the food industry, laboratory, for hydraulic applications, for the automotive industry, transformer
Other characteristics
compact, low-temperature, tubular, air-cooled
Power

Max.: 6,000 W (20,472.84 BTU/h)

Min.: 600 W (2,047.28 BTU/h)

Maximum temperature

Max.: 10 °C (50 °F)

Min.: -20 °C (-4 °F)

Flow rate

Max.: 6,000 m³/h (211,888 ft³/h)

Min.: 1,100 m³/h (38,846.133 ft³/h)

Pressure

Max.: 4.6 bar (66.717 psi)

Min.: 1.8 bar (26.107 psi)

Description

The RFC and RFI low temperature water chillers comply with CE standards and are utilized in the cooling of both process parameters and machines. They have a compact size which enables them to be used in small areas. They have both electrical and hydraulic connections and the maintenance has been minimized so as to simplify installation and use. As standard, the chillers include an insulated tank with cover, which allows for easy cleaning, as well as a circulating pump. Numerous alternatives are available to meet customer requirements. The chillers can be used in applications over a temperature range of -20°C to +10°C. The ambient conditions range from +10°C to +40°C. The RFC and RFI water chillers include a hermetic compressor and are regulated by an electronic thermostat. Other standard equipment includes an air condensing unit, capillary (RFC02, RFC07), automatic expansion valve (until RFI45), thermostatic expansion valve (from RFI80), polyethylene tank (RFC, RFI 30-45-80) and refrigerant R134a (RFC) and R407c (RFI). They also incorporate a circulation pump, plate brazed evaporator, water level indicator and main switch (RFI) on the front panel.

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