Johnson Controls, the global leader for smart, healthy and sustainable buildings has announced the latest evolution to the YORK® YVAA Variable Speed Drive Screw Chiller for the entire global product line. The award-winning chiller now features increased operating efficiency, a reduced footprint and integration with low-GWP refrigerants.
The chiller also now offers more flexibility with expanded configuration options at each cooling capacity along with a reduction in sound levels.
Installed widely around the globe, the YORK® YVAA Variable Speed Drive Screw Chiller features a patented, liquid-cooled variable speed drive that is designed to improve reliability and performance with a customizable, highly optimized design. The YVAA chiller is highlighted by advanced technologies including series flow evaporators, microchannel condenser coils and EC fans to create higher levels of full and part load efficiency. With optional Quick Start technology and lower requirements for maintenance (with glycol replacement only required every five years), the YVAA air-cooled screw chiller offers solutions for mission critical applications in harsh environments.
To learn more, visit YORK.com.
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