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Air-to-Water Heat Exchanger System

The consumer side of an air-to-water heat exchanger system has the conventional structure with a tank, a pump and also a control system.
In many cooling applications, the task simply involves “drawing” heat from the circuit, without the need to achieve a defined temperature level.
As these units always exploit the naturally occurring potential to the ambient temperature without active refrigeration, the resulting temperature level of the cooling medium is always above the ambient temperature.
On the hydraulic side (= consumer circuit) all the options offered for recirculating chillers are available.