Envision² NXW Reversible Chiller
10 to 50 Tons (5 sizes)
Up to 17.4 EER / 5.1 COP
High efficiency reversible industrial chiller that' s high in capacity but small in footprint.
Impressive Efficiency in a Compact Cabinet
The Envision² NXW is a premium efficiency reversible scroll chiller housed in a compact cabinet for ease of installation. It fits through most typical doorways and features external fork truck lifting points for simple retrofits.
The HydroLink Aurora controls platform provides numerous factory-installed options to provide better service, diagnostic, and monitoring ability. New features include refrigerant, energy, and performance monitoring all through the HMI or through DDC protocols.
Set Point Control
Factory-installed leaving/entering water temperature sensors or a remote temperature sensor option is available to assist in set point control.
Separate Refrigerant Circuits
Refrigerant circuits for heating and cooling are separate with a common water supply to provide the best part load efficiency compared to using two single circuit heat exchangers.
Our control panel was designed with the technician in mind to provide convenient, clear wiring with plenty of working space. The panel is split into a left and right side with convenient access to both for ease of service.
Quality Components for Efficient Operation
Oversized true brazed plate heat exchangers offer high efficiency with industry-low waterside pressure drop while dual scroll compressor technology provides consistent reliability and efficiency.
Other Key Features
A factory-installed pressure/temperature port is externally accessible for improved serviceability while factory-installed high accuracy sensors measure system pressures and temperatures. Factory mounted, internally wired non-fused disconnect is also available. Noise-dampening Features
The compressor suction/discharge tubes come with a braided stainless steel vibration absorbers to dampen compressor vibration on system piping resulting is quiet operation. Phase Guard Monitor
Provides phase reversal, phase imbalance, and loss of phase protection.