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Absorption chillers use heat to drive the refrigeration cycle, they produce chilled water while consuming just a small amount of electricity to run the pumps on the unit. Absorption chillers generally use steam or hot water to drive the lithium bromide refrigeration cycle but can also use other heat sources.

When required to navigate to regions with extreme climates far from supply lines, it’s important to know you can rely on your HVAC system no matter what.

Michel  Veltman

Michel  Veltman

Michel Veltman

- Sales Manager

Michel  Veltman

Michel Veltman

- Sales Manager

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