Cool your cellar using your existing glycol system. Save energy and money! These units work under the same principles as standard refrigeration but use cooled glycol that you already have instead of cooled refrigerant gas, eliminating the need to have a separate refrigeration system. It is a fantastic use of your glycol system for a majority of the year when typically glycol systems are on but are being sporadically called upon. Glycol systems do need to be sized to accommodate both these fan units and peak duty during the crush to be able to accommodate all tasks at once.
Glycol from your main glycol chiller is recirculated through these fan units. Aluminum fins act as heat exchangers drawing heat out of your room as the fins are cooled by the glycol. If you have a Kreyer chiller/heater you can even heat a space in cold weather environments.
The heat exchangers inside the units are made from corrugated aluminum fins and internally grooved copper tubes. The white ABS casing looks great. Because of its rounded corners it has no water retaining areas favorable to germ development. Both series are fitted with stainless steel screws and show no sharp, cutting edges.
The SD series has been designed especially for problematic environments such as wine-cellars with high moisture. The high-performance fans on the SD unit are lubricated for life.
The SD35 is sized to:
Cool a room up to 17,500 when the ceiling and walls are well insulated. Cooling a room this size from 90F to 60F will use approximately 1.05 tons of cooling power from your chilling system. If the room is half insulated you will need approximately 50% more power or 1.6 tons of cooling power. Once you've achieved the desired temperature it takes considerably less power to maintain it.
Fan Unit Temp Control Upgrades:
Inlet and Outlet: 3/4" MPT
Please Note: This unit only has one fan. The weight shown above is for shipping purposes, as this item ships at an oversize rate with UPS Ground. Actual weight of the fan is about 35lb. Actual Dimensions are 710x410x460mm