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The Delta T Systems Free Cooling System is designed to deliver energy-efficient cooling for a range of industrial and commercial applications.

Delta T Free Cooling System

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The Delta T Systems Free Cooling System, also known as a fluid cooler or dry cooler, delivers energy-efficient cooling for a variety of industrial and commercial applications.

The Free Cooling System is a compact, fluid or dry cooler, which uses ambient air to cool the process fluid, making it an environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternative to traditional refrigeration chillers.

The Free Cooling Chiller features advanced technology that optimizes performance and energy efficiency, including a state-of-the-art microprocessor controller that ensures precise temperature control and an integrated free cooling module that maximizes the use of ambient air. The system also features a modular design that enables easy installation, maintenance, and customization to meet the specific needs of each application.

“We are thrilled to introduce the Free Cooling System to industrial and commercial application markets, which represents a significant breakthrough in free cooling technology,” says Jochen Naujokat, president of Delta T Systems. “The Free Cooling System offers exceptional performance, energy efficiency, and reliability, making it an ideal solution for customers looking to reduce their energy consumption and operating costs.”



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