DAIKIN R-32 CHILLER EWAT-B-C | SPECS
- Cooling capacity range: 252 – 1012 kW
- SEER: up to 5.5
- EER: up to 3.3
- Scroll compressor
- 2 efficiency versions
- Silver and Gold efficiency versions combinable with standard or reduced noise execution
- New performance monitoring option
- New Daikin mobile App
- Ensuring low operating costs and outstanding durability
- Designed for efficiency optimisation and installation profitability improvement
- One or two truly independent refrigerant circuits for outstanding reliability
- Evaporator: Brazed plate
- Condenser: Microchannel
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In this episode we discuss Daikin’s unique free cooling technology based on R-32 refrigerant and see why it received high appreciation from the UK market. We talk to James Henley, Product Development Manager at Daikin Applied UK, who explains how this technology is meeting the needs of the UK market.
Daikin Applied UK supplied 6 x EWAT-B XR Chiller with full free cooling and hydro kit - chosen primarily for its cost saving at low ambient temperatures using free cooling whilst still achieving the outlined efficiency targets. The low GWP refrigerant and small footprint of this system were additional factors considered, for longevity and space saving benefits.
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