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Small Water Cooled Condenser

Small Water Cooled Condenser

Small Water Cooled Condenser

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Hi,

I am working on an office project where the client needs a small cooling system (10 kW) for the comms room. The comms room is very basic so no close control is required.

The landlord provides condenser water to the floor, so I need a system that utilised this for the comms cooling.

I know Daikin and Mitsubishi do water cooled condensers but their range starts from 22 kW.

Do you know any good manufacturer that makes water cooled systems smaller than Daikin and Mitsi?

The project is in the UK.


Thanks.

RE: Small Water Cooled Condenser

I can't help with your direct question, but make sure the landlord condenser loop operated year-round. Sounds like you will always need cooling in this area.

RE: Small Water Cooled Condenser

moideen:

you might want to take a look on this thread where there is an interesting discussion about pumps working in parallel:

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