DAIKIN SCROLL CHILLER EWWQ-KC | SPECS
Daikin Scroll Chiller EWWQ-KC is a water-cooled scroll compressor heat pump solution equipped with R-410 refrigerant.
- Capacity range: 13 – 64 kW for Single Module
- EER: up to 4.2
- SCOP average climate, medium temperature application: up to 3.9
- COP: up to 4.00
- Scroll compressor
- Low refrigerant volume
- Mechanical Extension possibilities up to 192 kW (3*stackable modules) and Control Extension up to 256 kW (4* modules thanks to Master/Slave control)
- Water/water heat pump, with water reversibility
- Low operating sound level
- Guaranteed low energy consumption
- Easy installation and maintenance
- Optional advanced connectivity kit including connectivity to any BMS and Daikin on Site
- 1 to 6 circuits (1 – 6 compressors)
- Evaporator: Brazed plate
- Condenser: Brazed plate
- Unique compact design: 1 circuit 600mm x 600mm x 600mm and 2 circuit 600mm x 600mm x 1200mm
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