Rittal Cooling units offer up to 45% more efficiency than conventional cooling

4th August 2009
Source: Rittal Ltd
Posted By : ES Admin
Rittal Cooling units offer up to 45% more  efficiency than conventional cooling
Rittal’s new cool efficiency cooling units are now up to 45% more economical than conventional units of the same output in both running costs as well as CO2 emissions. The units have been developed using the latest EC fan technology and incorporate both RiNano and condensate management as standard. The new efficiency label from Rittal in accordance with DIN EN ISO 14021 identifies all cooling systems that make a significant contribution to environmental protection. These new cooling systems far exceed the requirements of DIN 3168 and meet all three requirements of the new efficiency label.
In heavily contaminated environments it is vital to keep units clean in order to maintain efficiency. Over time, performance can deteriorate between 30 to 50% if membranes become dirty, leading to an increase in CO2 emissions. RiNano is a thin coating that repels oil, dust and powder particles preventing them from attaching to the condensers. In industrial operations in particular, the air is often so contaminated with dust and dirt particles that the filter mats used in traditional cooling units have to be replaced and disposed of in a short space of time. With Rittal TopTherm PLUS and RiNano technology filter mats become obsolete.

With access to a team of highly trained engineers and an extensive stock of spare parts, Rittal can provide a fast, efficient and cost-effective service, with packages tailored to suit the application and equipment purchased. Further options are available such as maintenance contracts, extended warranties, health checks, consultancy and rapid response.

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