Powerful and quiet: the Küba SG industrial air coolers from Kelvion
14. October 2016 The Kelvion air coolers of the Küba SG industrial range have been designed for the applications from approx. 5 to 156 kW cooling duty (depending on refrigerant). Their guide vane assure equalized air flow, which enables air throw up to 68 m. In combination with great cooling duty, this allows fast temperature control of freshly stored goods down to the desired temperature.
These characteristics make Küba SG industrial air coolers ideal for storage rooms and logistics centers, fast-cooling rooms in slaughterhouse plants, and for cold stores – i.e., for virtually any industrial application in which room temperatures between -40 °C to 45 °C are required. As soon as a reduction in air flow is necessary – e.g., during stocking phases without goods turnover – speed-controlled fans assure sufficient air movement with low energy requirements. Compared to the conventional, non-controlled fan drive system of earlier generators, these fan drives require up to 70 % less power. In addition, these fans are up to 16 dB(A) quieter than previous models. Enhanced heat exchanger geometry and the aerodynamically optimized fan system likewise contribute to greater efficiency. Injection numbers, according to the specific application, result in greater performance under various operating conditions. In areas such as production and logistics of food and beverages, additional characteristics – such as the easily accessible, simply cleaned components – also make positive contributions. The drip tray, for example, is hinge-mounted and the fans can, as option, be swiveled to the side to clean the heat exchanger. This allows free access to the heat exchanger.
Küba SG industrial air coolers are available in various sizes and model versions. The user’s choices, for example, include the number of fans (1 to 5 are possible), diameters (from 500 to 800 mm), and different types of fin spacing (4.5, 7, 10, or 12 mm).
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