GEA Goedhart air coolers from the new VCe and VRe series assure uniform air distribution at low air speeds
16. October 2014 The new GEA Goedhart air coolers from the VCe and VRe series are designed for efficient and low-energy cooling of distribution centers, food and beverage production processes, and warehouse facilities.
Both the VCe series with copper-aluminum heat exchangers, as well as the VRe series with stainless steel-aluminum heat exchangers, offer a selection of 144 different models, with cooling duties varying from 14.5 kW for the smallest models up to 188 kW for the largest. Up to four fans – with large diameters of 500, 630, 710, or even 800 mm – enable powerful cooling effects and good room penetration with low fan rpms and slow air speeds – with blow-through or draw-through fans, as desired. Various state of the art fan models are available, including fans with EC motors, or the especial fans with an efficient housing made from glass-fiber reinforced plastic, with integrated guide vanes for good air distribution. All motors already satisfy the requirements of the ErP directive that will apply beginning in 2015. The heat exchangers have also been optimized to enable low air speeds. The heat exchangers can be ordered with smooth tubes or tubes corrugated surfaces and with fin spacing of 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, or 12 mm. As option, they are also available with staggered spacing. If requested, special features such as the following are also possible: epoxy-coated heat exchangers, corrosion-resistant models for application in rough ocean climates, various defrost systems, hinged fans, and polyester drip trays. These options allow flexible matching of GEA Goedhart air coolers to individual customer requirements.
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