Evaporative condenser reduces refrigerant charge, lowers energy consumption
SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc., Overland Park, Kan., announced the new Recold LC evaporative condenser. Its unique design is said to reduce refrigerant charge by up to 40% and lowers fan energy consumption by up to 50% compared to conventional evaporative condensers.
Well-suited for condensing halogenated refrigerants in supermarket refrigeration systems, small refrigerated warehouses and modular HVAC applications, the Recold LC is an induced-draft counterflow system that incorporates patent-pending heat transfer technology and single-piece installation.
With standard unit heights less than 10.5 feet, the Recold LC meets many municipal code height requirements and includes single-piece installation, single-point power connection, factory-installed controls, factory wiring and testing and a bolted stainless-steel collection basin. For convenience, 6-10 gasketless doors per cell can easily be removed for access to interior components.
SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc.