Innovative cooling for commercial applications
The innovative Turbocor chiller is one of the industry’s major success stories.
Operating principles differ significantly from conventional compression systems. The compressor’s two-stage centrifugal impeller and spindle are levitated by a magnetic powered bearing, while the motor is powered by a DC inverter and the system is controlled by a sophisticated onboard microprocessor.
Turbocor chillers feature up to three oil free compressors, with one/two cooling circuits respectively. Designed and configured to offer greater control and flexibility, they provide energy efficiency, especially at partial loads with high ESEER and SEER values.
Perfect for commercial applications, particularly those with year-round cooling demands such as data centres, hotels, hospitals, and office buildings that require air conditioning, the chillers provide low energy consumption, low maintenance, total control and flexibility, and the utmost comfort for building occupants.
Turbocor chillers offer capacities from 200 to 7MW and come in air and water-cooled versions with R134A, R513A, R515B and R1234ze refrigerants for a versatile and green solution to your cooling needs.
Turbocor compressors are oil-free with zero vibration with magnetic bearings for zero metal-to-metal contact. They offer exceptional longevity and remarkably high efficiency, especially at partial loads, with optimum ESEER and SEER values.
All Turbocor chillers are certified to AHRI or Eurovent standards and factory tested before despatch, giving you peace of mind that they will work first time, every time.
A wide range of optional features are available, from asynchronous motors with phase-fired control, to EC brushless electronic motors and over-pressure alternatives for special applications.
We also offer expert servicing for Turbocor, an essential service that must be conducted by a skilled and qualified company such as ourselves.
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We offer maintenace on all Turbocor equipment, to find out more, click here.