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Van Spall Associates

van Spall Associates offer air cooled condensers and chiller units suitable for a wide range of applications, which include: Food processing & beverage cooling Retail stores Air-conditioning Cold stores Industrial refrigeration & process chilling

van Spall Associates offer air cooled condensers and chiller units suitable for a wide range of applications, which include:

Food processing & beverage cooling

Retail stores

Air-conditioning

Cold stores

Industrial refrigeration & process chilling

All our air conditioning condensers are ruggedly constructed for long operational life with casings in galvanised steel further protected with a powder coated weatherproof paint finish. Multi-speed fans with sealed for life bearings are standard.

All models are now available with the new generation EC fan Motors

Options

Adiabatic energy saving system

Fan speed capacity control (pressure sensing)

Fan cycling capacity control

Steel support structures

Sound attenuation

Vibration mounts

Screening louvers

External finish colour choice

All models are now available with the new generation EC fan Motors

A wide range of additional equipment can also be provided,

Go to van Spall Associates (Cooling Systems) Ltd, website.

19 September 2017


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