DAIKIN R-32 CHILLER EWAT-B- | SPECS
Daikin R-32 chiller EWAT-B- is the world’s 1st Air-Cooled chiller featuring R-32 refrigerant and scroll compressor technology.
- Cooling capacity range: 76 – 710 kW
- SEER: up to 4.84
- EER: up to 3.42
- Scroll compressor
- 2 efficiency versions
- 3 noise configurations for quiet operations in noise-sensitive applications
- Environmentally friendly: reducing environmental impact by 68% compared to units using R-410A refrigerant
- Single and dual circuit version overlapping between 150 kW and 350 Kw
- Dynamic Condensing Pressure Management, allowing chiller controller to adjust the condensing pressure set-point and minimize the overall chiller power input
- Ensuring low operating costs and outstanding durability
- Designed for efficiency optimization and installation profitability improvement
- Possibility to set up detailed time bands reducing fan rotation speed and sound emission
- MicroTech IV controller with superior control logic and user-friendly interface
- Fully compatible with Daikin cloud monitoring platform Daikin on Site
- One or two truly independent refrigerant circuits for outstanding reliability
- Evaporator: Brazed plate
- Condenser: Microchannel
- New Hydronic Kit configurations (single and twin pump, inertial tank, VFD)
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Daikin Applied Europe EWAT-B chiller range with R32 refrigerant has been awarded with the Commercial HVAC Product of the Year prize at the H&V News 2019 25th Anniversary Awards. Since its launch, the EWAT-B range has immediately caught the attention of the market, and it’s been used in many different applications, from commercial buildings, to hospitals and datacenters.
We met James Waite, Engineering Consultant at Arup, and Timothy De Vos, Senior Project manager at Nationwide Air Conditioning Limited, both working on the Sony project in London, UK. They are replacing existing chillers in an office building, with the aim to improve efficiency based on what the demand of the building is.
Here is how we manage to ensure functionality of equipment and temperature control even in highly sensitive applications like hospitals. This time we caught up with Rafael Vives from Instalaciones Openclima S.L., a Spanish HVAC installation and maintenance company.