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Güntner makes HVAC inroads into Turkey

At 58,000 TR, its projects in the country, the company claims, constitute the largest water conserving closed-loop cooling system

| | Apr 20, 2011 | 9:45 am
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At 58,000 TR, its projects in the country, the company claims, constitute the largest water conserving closed-loop cooling system

Güntner has revealed that it has recently been involved in HVAC supermarket projects in Turkey, such as Carrefour and Metro. The cooling load for the projects is estimated at 58,000 TR, making it the largest water conserving closed‐loop cooling system, especially applicable to land‐locked areas, said Güntner, and added that each chiller was designed with a Güntner GFD dry cooler re‐designed to suit the climate.

The company explained that due to the location of the project, sound was an important factor to consider, as traditional units would have probably been noise pollutants. The issue was addressed by special measures taken during the initial planning and design stages, so that it would supply specially customised units, Güntner said, adding that the dry cooler was designed with special low-noise fans, with a noise output level of only 87 dB (A).

Speaking to Climate Control Middle East on another issue, Güntner revealed that Microox technology was its latest condenser system in which only aluminium was used to ensure that the unit was effectively protected against galvanic corrosion. Elucidating on the subject, Adel Kamel, Managing Director, Güntner, said: “You can use a Microox coil in all applications where aluminium fins have been used up to now. The company’s GVHX unit, which utilises the Microox coil, is being actively promoted currently.”

Changing tracks, Kamel said that the company ensured it obtained HACCP certification on most of its coolers, with special emphasis on the food market. Also, all its products and services were certified and supported by the Eurovent standards of certification.

Kamel highlighted that the company had a policy that its equipment was 100% customised and ran on the exact requirement, thus reducing the through‐currents and voltage peaks to ensure a reliable system operation. “This essentially means that the maximum cooling power is harnessed with minimum cooling energy output,” he said.


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