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FEATURE REPORT PRODUCT NEWS


Pentland


Pentland Wholesale has published its latest 2019/20 product guide, revamped with a new content layout. Pentland has grouped products by categories. There are colour-coded tabs to indicate the diff erent product


categories, with the new guide having been designed to provide detailed product information and the ability to easily compare similar products from diff erent brands.


As a leading importer and supplier of quality commercial refrigeration and catering equipment, Pentland Wholesale is always looking to source and introduce new products to the market. This latest product guide features new products from brands such as Blizzard, Koldbox and Mondial Elite


With Catering Equipment Professional (CEP) having been integrated into the Pentland Wholesale business in January this year, the fi rm has also included all CEP products within the new product guide. www.pentlandwholesale.co.uk


Dunham- Bush


Panasonic


Panasonic has introduced its most effi cient Aquarea range to date. The new Aquarea J Generation scores highly on energy effi ciency, design and comfort, with new features that deliver benefi ts for both residential and commercial customers. Aquarea, which uses R32, is known for being a highly effi cient solution, utilising the air as a 100% renewable energy source. Now, the J Generation features an improved heating effi ciency compared with the previous generation, with a COP of 5.33 on the WH-UD03JE5 model and a Domestic Hot Water (DHW) COP of up to 3.3. From September 2019, models will be rated A+++ in low temperature operation, the highest energy class according to the new Energy Labelling Directive 2010/30/ EC.


The J Generation boasts improved comfort even in extremely low temperatures, down to -20˚C. There are two new sensor positions available for DHW control, which can be selected to improve effi ciency or comfort levels. Users can select an option for improved effi ciency and the most eff ective DHW COP when operating in part load capacity, or for greater comfort simply select an option to reduce heat-up time when operating in full load. The J Generation includes quieter outdoor units compared to previous models.


www.aircon.panasonic.eu


The Achelous AVX-B Series of air cooled chillers from Dunham-Bush off ers cooling capacities ranging from 400-1650kW, as well a design which has been especially crafted to place emphasis on maximum cooling while utilising the least power input over the operating range of a building.


This is achieved by using the latest generation of Dunham-Bush’s advanced MSC vertical screw compressor with built-in variable frequency drive (VFD), off ering the customer superior part load energy effi ciency.


What really sets this range apart is its combination of high energy effi ciency, ease of installation, and advanced control fl exibility with Dunham-Bush’s latest Vision 2020i controller and performance reliability.


Key features of the range include multiple compressor models, independent refrigerant circuits per compressor, shell and tube fl ooded heat exchangers for reduced energy consumption, AHRI certifi cation with ESEER rating to 5.2, and the ability to operate at ambient temperatures between -10 and 52°C. In addition to chiller manufacturing, Dunham-Bush is one of Europe’s largest manufacturers and distributors of heat emitters, including LST radiators, radiant panels, fan convectors, door curtains, trench and perimeter heating, fan coil units and low energy ventilation units for classrooms.


www.dunham-bush.co.uk


www.acr-news.com


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