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The modular system MultiChillerKit by Futron makes it possible for everybody to put together the suitable refrigeration plant for his or her company - completely without specialist knowledge and additional technical service providers.
Refrigeration plants for supermarkets, breweries, office buildings ...
Cooling has become an important part of quality assurance in all areas. Be it the continuous cooling of goods or the cooling of lounges or offices, which creates a better working atmosphere.
Cooling in a wide variety of temperature ranges is increasingly being used to meet the requirements for quality and efficiency. Often, several systems are created in parallel that serve the different requirements.
The MultiChillerKit offers a solution as a complete system with simple assembly and operation. The plant can be enlarged at any time and requires no further or new plant.
Air conditioning +10°C bis +30°C
Normal cooling 0°C bis +20°C
Intensive cooling -20°C bis +20°C
Normal cooling, air conditioning and intensive cooling using the example of a supermarket
Regarding a supermarket cooling system, all temperature levels with different power distribution are required. Here, the MultiChillerKit can combine all relevant components and be operated as complete system.
Air conditioning and intensive cooling using the example of a brewery/beverage production
For the consistent quality in breweries or when producing beverages, a refrigeration plant with redundancy is necessary to avoid failures and safeguard production. With the MultiChillerKit, maximum redundancy is achieved by using several independent refrigerant circuits. Extensions can be integrated into the system without problems at a later stage.
Air conditioning using the example of an office complex
The requirement for the room temperature in office buildings has increased constantly in recent years. By means of air conditioning, a working climate for a successful service provision is achieved - even at high outdoor temperatures.