Pump Station is part of a medium temperature secondary refrigeration system that uses water and a 30-35% propylene glycol mixture to cool the refrigeration loads. A central direct expansion system with a low HFC charge is used to cool the glycol mixture.
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Up to 70% lower refrigerant charge than a central direct expansion system
Up to 50% carbon footprint reduction
Leak rates as low as 10%
Up to 10% installed cost reduction
More cost-effective equipment sizing due to pumps on a separate assembly from the heat exchangers, which are mounted on the rack
Glycol pumps sized according to the flow rate
Heat exchangers can be sized independently by the loads
Control inputs match rack control brands
Accepts multiple brands of pumps and expansion valves
Increased reliability due to fewer components
Easy to install and service