Sindelfingen, Germany/Vicenza, Italy: In a bid to expand its service range in the field of speed-regulated compact screw compressors, Bitzer has announced adding CSVH3 series to its existing range.
The series, based on proven engineering, motor technology and electronics of the CSV series, Bitzer claimed, has a wide range of applications, from air-cooled chillers for air conditioning and process cooling to heat pumps, and added that it comes with integrated refrigerant-cooled frequency inverters featuring high-performance and improved (E)SEER values.
According to Bitzer, in combination with active monitoring of the application limits to help optimise operational standard, the series also provides system operators with an overview of all relevant operating parameters. The company also highlighted that the compressors work within a wide range of control from approximately 20-100% of the refrigerating capacity.
Bitzer revealed that the CSVH compressor series includes two larger models – CSVH37 and CSVH38 – with a much higher capacity: The CSVH37 facilitates a cooling capacity of 550 kW (+5/50 degrees C) and a displacement of up to 960 m3/h, while the CSVH38 has a cooling capacity of 660 kW (+5/50 degrees C) and a displacement of up to 1,156 m3/h.
With the CSVH2 and the introduction of the new CSVH3 series, Bitzer said that it now offers the complete service range, even in the field of highly efficient speed-regulated compressors with integrated frequency inverters.
Bitzer revealed that it presented its latest innovations and product developments, including the newest products of the CSVH3 series, at the Mostra Convegno Expocomfort that was held in Milan from March 15 to 18, at hall 24, Stand H29K30.