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CIAT launches new products

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<h3>CIAT Launches DYNACIAT</h3>
CIAT announces the launch of the new DYNACIAT range of compact water-cooled chillers and heat pumps designed for medium-sized buildings. CIAT designs, manufactures and supplies heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) global systems solutions that optimise energy consumption and enhance indoor air quality and comfort in buildings. CIAT is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp. The new DYNACIAT range meets a variety of customer requirements and applications with 17 models in two product lines: the DYNACIAT LG, water-cooled chillers and heat pumps, and the DYNCIAT LGN, condenser-less chillers. All are available from 25 to 190 kilowatts (kW).  “We are pleased today to extend the CIAT water-cooled chiller and heat pumps range with the new DYNACIAT,” said Eric Pollet, product manager, CIAT. “The new generation offers increased performance in a plug-and-play compact unit while anticipating customer needs and demonstrating a commitment to environmental responsibility.”

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With the exceptional thermodynamic performance of electronic expansion valve and a strict selection of the components, the new DYNACIAT range increases its European Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (ESEER) coefficient by 15 percent (up to 6.22) and SCOP by 13 percent (up to 6.37). The increased efficiency and subsequent reduction in power consumption significantly improves the return on investment of the unit.

The new generation of DYNACIAT continues to make sustainability a priority in other ways:
• DYNACIAT units are capable of automatically adjusting cooling capacity, preparing variations in load and using only the number of compressors needed to ensure optimum operation and energy efficiency.
• The entire DYNACIAT range ensures compliance with current Ecodesign standards and European regulations, and anticipates those of tomorrow.

CIAT’s intuitive systems for management, real-time monitoring and supervision, such as Connect Touch and CIATM2M, optimise energy consumption even further.  Available with a high- or low-pressure pump and in water-cooled or condenser-less versions, the new DYNACIAT provides an all-in-one solution with its integrated hydraulic module. Its reduced footprint (1.30 sq. m) ensures easy installation in new or existing buildings alike. The extensive operating range enables DYNACIAT to address the specific needs of diverse sectors such as storage process and data centres as well as applications such as comfort heating and cooling or brine environments.  Fully encased in metal panels in Standard version, DYNACIAT ensures quiet operation. For noise-sensitive environments, such as residential neighbourhoods, its low-noise version’s compressors include additional acoustic insulation.
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<h3>CIAT Launches New Generation of HYDROCIAT</h3>
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This new generation is designed to meet a broad range of heating and cooling requirements while ensuring easy installation and commissioning and offering excellent energy efficiency. CIAT designs, manufactures and supplies heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) global systems solutions that optimise energy consumption and enhance indoor air quality and comfort in buildings. “The new HYDROCIAT range is designed to offer maximum energy efficiency in minimal space,” says Eric Pollet, product manager, CIAT. “The highly flexible range can address the specific needs of many businesses and services from offices, shopping centres, public administration and office buildings to hospitals, hotels and industrial applications.”

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The HYDROCIAT range is available in 31 models from 270 to 1750 kilowatts (kW) and two levels of performance to cover a variety of needs:
• The HYDROCIAT LW ST standard version offers an optimised balance between capacity and operation costs.
• The HYDROCIAT LW HE high efficiency version provides premium efficiency and optimal operating management.
CIAT is committed to exemplary quality when developing sustainable and efficient systems that conform to today’s regulatory standards while anticipating the needs of tomorrow. The new generation of HYDROCIAT boasts high energy efficiency levels due to numerous innovations:
• A high efficiency twin-rotor screw compressor with continuous capacity control
• A new generation flooded shell and tubes evaporator with grooved copper pipe bundle for increased heat exchange
• An electronic expansion valve optimising the supply of refrigerant into the evaporator while ensuring optimum control of condensing and evaporating pressures
• An economiser system improving the cooling capacity and energy efficiency of the unit (available with the HYDROCIAT LW HE version)
The entire HYDROCIAT range complies with current European regulations and the Ecodesign directive for energy-related products. The HYDROCIAT LW HE version offers premium energy efficiency with an average European Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (ESEER) of 6.45.
At just one metre wide, the new generation HYDROCIAT is one of the most compact water-to-water chillers and heat pumps, adapting easily to the configuration of existing machine rooms. Its flexible hydraulic connections can be connected to pipes already in place, making HYDROCIAT the perfect plug-and-play system.

The new HYDROCIAT range is designed to operate continuously in commercial and industrial applications with a wide range of operating temperatures that enable chilled water production between -12°C and 20°C and hot water temperature production up to 63°C.
To further optimise energy while ensuring occupancy comfort, a set of interconnected services can simultaneously monitor all energy and water loop components.

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Source: www.toshiba-aircon.co.uk

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