Airedale adds to EasiCool close-control range

Published:  21 February, 2005

close control unit
Airedale’s EasiCool close-control air-conditioners can pass through a single door and into most lifts.

Airedale has extended its EasiCool range of compact close-control air-conditioning systems with a multi-configured upflow version designed for greater versatility and efficiency.

Suitable for rooms with solid or raised floors or ceiling ducted requirements, EasiCool has a upflow air-delivery system with a choice of front, base and rear return-air flow with optional integrated discharge plenum.

These units can pass through a single door and into most lifts, so they are well suited to small communications rooms in existing multi-storey buildings.

Capacities range from 5 to 25 kW in both direct-expansion and chilled-water versions. Units above 20 kW have tandem scroll compressors to provide staged cooling. All maintainable components are accessible from the front, and panels can be removed to provide all-round access.

Features include high-efficiency condensers, hydrophilic fin evaporators, direct-drive supply-air fans, electronic expansion valves and AireTronix control technology.

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