Slimline unit cooler
- Flat casing
- Space-saving installation
- Blow through fans
- Easy to clean
- Units kept in stock ensure short delivery times
Easy to Install
- Ceiling mounting brackets with slotted hole for easy installation
- Fans wired on connection socket
- Empty tube for defrost sensor
- Easy-to-remove side cover
- Schrader valve on outlet
Inspection and Cleaning
- Hinged tray and heating sheet
- Easy dismantling, no parts that could get lost
HACCP Hygiene Certificate
- Especially suitable for processing rooms in foodstuffs industry
- All materials used approved for foodstuffs
- Easy to clean
- Staggered tube pattern
- Internally-ribbed special copper tubes for HFC and CO2
- Surface-corrugated aluminium fins for high heat transfer
- Corrosion-resistant aluminium alloy AlMg
- Powder-coated with RAL 9003
- Stainless steel ceiling mounting
- Separate drip plate
- Thermally-decoupled tray (condensation free)
- EC fans for high energy efficiency
- 2 fan types for different sound levels
- Standard with two speeds
- Internal motor protection with thermocontacts
- Can be used with 230 V, 1~, 50 – 60 Hz
- Cable push-in connector simplifies fan replacement
Product Types / Refrigerant / Capacity
Cow dung, traditionally used as fuel for heating and cooking in rural Indian households, has far more potential than just domestic fuel. The new GreenCHILL cooling plant, makes use of this potential source of energy as a means to effect cooling. A Güntner AGDF air cooler can cool, for example, up to 15 tonnes of agricultural products or 1,000 litres of milk down to 4 °C using the cooling attained.
Arbacommerce d.o.o. Zadar in Labin, Croatia, refrigerates and freezes sardines that were freshly caught in the waters of the Mediterranean. The modern fish processing plant processes 4,000 tons of fish annually, both in blocks and as individually frozen fish (IQF). Güntner condensers and air coolers ensure seamless cooling operations in connection with compound systems.
The historical restaurant "Zum Franziskaner" uses state-of-the-art Güntner units to cool their famous beer to perfection.
The refrigeration system for this grocery market wsa conceived with a clear focus on lifecycle costs and energy efficiency.
Two Güntner aircooled cooling towers, model
S-GFH, operate at a lofty height, at the highest situated transmitter station of Germany, operated by the Bayerischer Rundfunk on the Wendelstein.
Güntner developed an aircooler series responding to virtually all food cooling requirements at all temperature ranges.
The Stajnbirt Mesarija meat processing plant in Skofja Loka, Slovenia, celebrated a special topping-out ceremony in September 2005. A new meat cutting and production plant for processing extremely top-quality goods was built within six months.
- Epoxy-resin coated fins
- Electric defrost heater for coil and tray
- Factory-fitted thermostatic expansion valve
- Core tubes made of stainless steel
- Casing and tray made of stainless steel
Which benefits do you as a customer have?
Güntner has the high standard of producing high-quality, application-oriented heat exchangers and remaining both fair and transparent. That is why we participate in a corresponding programme from Eurovent. The goal of the Eurovent Certification Company is to promote fair competition and to guarantee the customers that the units on the market are inspected under the same conditions and that they are therefore easier to compare. The manufacturers’ specifications are examined by independent laboratories for this purpose. To do this, units from the respective manufacturer are selected randomly.
The HE Programme (Heat Exchangers for Refrigeration) for heat exchangers of the refrigeration and air conditioning industry has existed since 2001. Güntner has participated successfully without interruptions since the implementation of the programme; all of the series included in the programme are certified without exception – and have been since the very beginning!
The Eurovent certification of the HE Programme includes DX evaporators and condensers that are designed for R-404A, R-134a, R-507A, R-407A, R-407C, R-407F, R-448A, R-449A, R-450A, R-452A and R-513A, and air coolers with coolants.
A certification for CO2 condensers and gas coolers respectively, and for CO2 DX evaporators as an individual group of units is scheduled in the foreseeable future. The Eurovent certification programme has not been designated yet for NH3 evaporators and condensers as well as 60 Hz units and centrifugal fan units.
Operating certified units provides you with significant advantages that are worth real money:
- The classification of units into energy efficiency classes is an important characteristic of the certification providing you with information on the energy consumption you can expect from the selected unit. This means the operating costs can clearly be identified.
- The independently measured, inspected specifications give you certainty when it comes to designing the units. You can design precisely to the operating point; safety margins are not required.
- Units are easier to compare with each other thanks to certified specifications. This results in fair competition under realistic conditions.
- The certify-all principle guarantees that manufacturers cannot distinguish themselves through individual “top-seller” units: Complete product groups are certified, hence there are no loopholes for individual units. According to the certify-all principle, actually all the certifiable product groups of a manufacturer must be tested, hence it is not possible to have, for example, only condensers certified while excluding evaporators, air coolers and gas coolers from testing.
- The confirmed and therefore reliable technical data increase the investment security and guarantees planning security and operational reliability with regard to performance and energy efficiency of the entire system. The operating costs can clearly be calculated right from the beginning.
- Certified units save real money: “We recommend that every operator calculates the energy consumption for a current or future construction project because of a hypothetically insufficient capacity. A few years ago, non-certified units showed insufficient capacities of up to 35 % in a serial examination. Thus, you can realistically expect a reduced output of 15 – 20 % for calculation. In comparison, there is a clearly better payback period for the certified unit, usually clearly under 2 years”, according to Peter Roth, Eurovent officer at Güntner.
- The certification applies to all standard units. Through its modular variability, the new Güntner product structure includes an even wider range of certified units.