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Carriers’ new XPower variable refrigerant flow (VRF) system

Carriers’ new XPower variable refrigerant flow (VRF) system



Carrier launches new HVAC systems

The company says its XPower VRF is ideal for the Middle East region as it operates in high ambient conditions – up to 54 deg C – with a high efficiency ratio (EER) of 14

August 2017

Carrier, a global leader in high technology heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) solutions, is introducing two new innovative cooling solutions, ideal for the Middle East region. 

The new XPower variable refrigerant flow (VRF) system and AquaForce 30XV air-cooled screw chiller were recently launched at exclusive events held in Dubai and Abu Dhabi that attracted more than 200 industry experts.

A key highlight of the events was presentations from Carrier business leaders and engineering experts on its new products and their high energy efficiency ratings and key features.

These highly efficient and versatile products are being introduced into the emirates through UTS Carrier, a joint venture company between United Technical Services (UTS) and Carrier Corporation, said the company in a statement.

Carrier’s XPower VRF is ideal for the Middle East region as it operates in high ambient conditions – up to 54 deg C – with a high efficiency ratio (EER) of 14.

It consists of 12 different types of indoor units with a wide capacity range, including fan coil units and air handling unit (AHU) connectors, it stated.

Carrier’s AquaForce 30XV air-cooled screw chiller is highly versatile and energy-efficient with a range of benefits, including tiered capacity offerings from 140 to 500 tons as well as a variety of innovative features. To ensure performance and efficiency, the AquaForce 30XV has variable frequency drives that are IP55-rated and fully air-cooled by ambient air.

It also utilises a next-generation rotary screw compressor, which is designed and optimised specifically for variable frequency drive operation: no slide valve, reduced pulsation, lower noise and better efficiency.

Speaking at the launch, Mohammed Al Qaisi, general manager, UTS Carrier, said: “At Carrier, we are committed to continually innovating and always listening closely to our customers to design and redesign our products to meet their needs.”




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