Water-cooled vertical packages

Published:  11 December, 2004

AC unit
Cooling capacities up to 135 kW are provided by the H range of water-cooled units from Hushon

The 13 models in Hushon’s H range of water-cooled vertical packages cover capacities from 7 to 135 kW and are available as water-cooled air-conditioning packages or as water-to-air heat pumps.

Wide operating tolerances make these units suitable for condensing water from cooling towers, dry coolers or mains water — assuming correct licences and controls are in place.

All models incorporate plate heat exchangers on the cooling side. Cooling-only models can have tube-in-tube heat exchangers.

Supply air is delivered vertically off the top of the units as standard. A horizontal configuration is available on request.

Compact design and their small footprint makes these units ideal for internal siting.



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