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Carrier-Sanyo Single-Effect Low-Temperature Hot Water Absorption Chiller
16LJ

75 to 525 Nominal Tons

Carrier-Sanyo’s 16LJ single-effect hermetic absorption liquid chiller is an efficient and functional alternative to traditional electric driven chillers. The 16LJ absorption chiller uses low temperature hot water as its energy source; as it eliminates the need for high cost electricity, it may qualify for financial incentives as a gas cooling product.

The 16LJ is rated in accordance with AHRI 560, but is not certified with AHRI.

  • Environmentally Sound: Chilled water is produced using water as the refrigerant in place of ozone depleting chlorine-based compounds
  • Alternative Energy Use: Uses hot water as primary energy source. Electricity only required for pumps, controls
  • Application Flexibility: Hybrid chiller plants allows flexibility and optimization of energy costs
  • Cogeneration Applications: Takes advantage of waste heat often available in many facilities thus improving overall plant efficiency
  • High Reliability / Low Maintenance Cost: Few moving parts equates to inherent high reliability as well as lower maintenance costs
  • Low Sound & Vibration: No large rotating mass means less noise and vibration allowing installation on upper floors or in sound sensitive areas
  • Environmentally Sound: Chilled water is produced using water as the refrigerant in place of ozone depleting chlorine-based compounds
  • Alternative Energy Use: Uses hot water as primary energy source. Electricity only required for pumps, controls
  • Application Flexibility: Hybrid chiller plants allows flexibility and optimization of energy costs
  • Cogeneration Applications: Takes advantage of waste heat often available in many facilities thus improving overall plant efficiency
  • High Reliability / Low Maintenance Cost: Few moving parts equates to inherent high reliability as well as lower maintenance costs
  • Low Sound & Vibration: No large rotating mass means less noise and vibration allowing installation on upper floors or in sound sensitive areas

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