S-AGHN
S-AGHN



S-AGHN

Penthouse

50 - 350 kW

GHN_Penthouse1

Penthouse cooler

For large cooling and deep-freeze storage rooms

Connecting frame for air duct

GHN_Penthouse2

 

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Application

  • Cold rooms
  • Refrigerated Warehouse

S-AGHN

Penthouse

Features

Advantages

  • Special design for set-up in a penthouse, above storage room
  • Optimal use of storage room
  • No air cooler in transport equipment area
  • Fans with external pressure
  • Connecting frame for air duct

Easy to Install

  • Installation via roof
  • Pipe-laying and installation of valves on roof
  • Fans wired on connection socket

Inspection and Cleaning

  • Easy access for inspection and service
  • Fans can be replaced without dismantling the duct system
  • Service work does not influence stock turnover

No Set-Up Space Required in Storage Room

  • Maximum use of storage room
  • Does not restrict automatic conveyance systems
  • No damage caused by forklifts

Good Air Distribution

  • Variable air-discharge direction due to short air ducts
  • Good air distribution to accommodate varying roomconditions

Technical details

Heat Exchanger

  • Aligned tube pattern 50 x 50 mm
  • Special copper tubes for HFC, coolant and CO2
  • Stainless steel tubes for NH3
  • Surface-corrugated aluminium fins for high heat transfer
  • Proven Güntner floating coil principle

Casing

  • Sheet steel, galvanized
  • Powder-coated with RAL 9003
  • Hinged side cover with hinges
  • Legs for floor mounting, galvanized steel

Tray

  • Thermally-decoupled (condensation free)
  • Separate drip plate
  • Corrosion-resistant aluminium alloy AlMg
  • Powder-coated with RAL 9003
  • Large condensation drain with 45° incline

Fans

  • 90 ° downblow with connecting frame for air duct
  • External pressure 65 Pa
  • Motor protection with thermocontacts
  • 400 V, 3~, 50 Hz or 60 Hz

Product Types / Refrigerant / Capacity

 

 

 

References

Natural refrigerants for slaughterhouse in Brazil

Natural refrigerants for slaughterhouse in Brazil

Using natural refrigerants in the food industry has been a topic of interest for a while. Especially when it comes to the field of meat production, ammonia refrigerating installations have been in use already for decades.

 

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Air coolers, air flow and temperature distribution in large cold stores

Air coolers, air flow and temperature distribution in large cold stores

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How the air throw of air coolers is influenced by the spatial geometry and by air cooling

How the air throw of air coolers is influenced by the spatial geometry and by air cooling

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Influence of heat exchanger design on dehumidification and frost formation

Influence of heat exchanger design on dehumidification and frost formation

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Sensible use of energy-saving fans

Sensible use of energy-saving fans

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Energy saving on the low-pressure side of a refrigerating plant

Energy saving on the low-pressure side of a refrigerating plant

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subcooling and system efficiency

subcooling and system efficiency

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Accessory

  • Epoxy-resin coated fins
  • Double, insulated tray
  • Defrost flap for quick, efficient defrosting

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