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YD Centrifugal Chiller

YD Dual Centrifugal Chiller

Flexible Capacity Ranging from 1,500-6,000 TR (5,300-21,100 kW)
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Get the superior performance you want from a chiller that takes up less space with our YD Dual Centrifugal Chiller from YORK®. At Johnson Controls, we've designed the YD Dual Centrifugal Chiller to feature compact configurations for real-world efficiency, energy savings through variable speed drive, environmental sustainability, and enhanced reliability though advanced controls.

A perfect fit for comfort, industrial, or process installations, this chiller utilizes two York® centrifugal compressors operating in parallel and features the most compact configuration in its class.

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  • Unsurpassed Energy Savings – With the OptiSpeed™ Drive, energy consumption can be as low as .20 kW/TR, reducing annual energy costs by as much as 30%.
  • Real-World Efficiency – Designed for maximum efficiency in the real world, where 99% of the cooling season is spent at off–design conditions. Save even more energy with the addition of the OptiSpeed-variable-speed drive.
  • Environmental Responsibility – HFC-134a refrigerant has zero ozone-depletion potential and low total global-warming potential.
  • Earn LEED® Points – Earn credits for Energy and Atmosphere (EAc1) and for Enhanced Refrigerant Management (EAc4).
  • Easy Operation – The OptiView™ Control Center ensures optimum performance and easy operation.
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