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Water chillers

AQUACIATPOWER LD
Energy excellence
Compact and silent
Scroll compressors
High efficiency brazed-plate heat exchangers
All-aluminium micro-channel condenser
Self-adjusting electronic control Cooling capacity: 168 to 523 kW

410a

Cooling Hydraulic Heat


only module recovery

USE
The new generation of AQUACIATPOWER high efficiency The AQUACIATPOWER is optimised to use ozone-friendly
air-to-water water chillers offers an optimal solution for all HFC R410A refrigerant.
cooling applications used for the Office, Healthcare, Industry,
Administration, Retail and Collective housing sectors.
This range guarantees compliance with the most demanding
requirements for increased seasonal energy efficiency
These units are designed for outdoor installation and require (ESEER) and CO2 reduction to comply with the various
no special protection against adverse weather conditions. applicable European directives and regulations.

RANGE
AQUACIATPOWER LD ST series AQUACIATPOWER LD HE series
Standard cooling only version. Cooling only version High seasonal energy efficiency.
The product is optimised to meet the most demanding The product is optimised for partial-load applications for
technical and economic requirements. which an optimum value of ESEER is required. In this case,
the machine is equipped with EC-type variable-speed fans
as standard, allowing for optimisation of the partial load
efficiency throughout the year.

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DESCRIPTION
The AQUACIATPOWER units are packaged machines supplied as standard with the following components:

- Hermetic SCROLL compressors


- Chilled-water evaporator with brazed plates
- Air-cooled exchanger, all-aluminium micro-channel coil with axial fan motor assembly
- Electrical power and remote control cabinet:
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- Connect Touch electronic control module
- Casing for outdoor installation

The entire AQUACIATPOWER range complies with the following EC directives and standards:

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DESCRIPTION

LD ST 800 C

C > generation of the range

800 > unit size

ST > Standard version


HE > High seasonal efficiency

LD > cooling only version


ILD > Reversible version

CONFIGURATION

ST Standard HE +LJK6HDVRQDO(I¿FLHQF\

ST LN option Standard Low Noise HE LN option +LJK6HDVRQDO(I¿FLHQF\/RZ1RLVH

ST XLN option Standard Xtra Low Noise HE XLN option +LJK6HDVRQDO(IILFLHQF\;WUD/RZ1RLVH

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DESCRIPTION OF THE MAIN COMPONENTS

Q Compressors Q Connect Touch control module


- Hermetic SCROLL type 8VHU LQWHUIDFH ZLWK  LQFK
- Electronic motor overheating protection touchscreen
- Crankcase heater - Intuitive, user-friendly
navigation using icons
- Mounted on anti-vibration mounts
- Clear text display of
Q Evaporator information available in eight
- Exchanger with asymmetrical brazed plates languages (F-GB-D-NL-E-I-P
- Plate patterns optimised for high efficiency &KLQHVH

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Q Condenser The electronic control module performs the following main
- Air-cooled exchanger, all-aluminium micro-channel coil functions:
- Axial fans with composite blades offering an optimised profile, - Regulation of the chilled water temperature (at the return or
fixed speed (ST version) or variable speed (HE version) at the outlet)
- Regulation of the water temperature based on the outdoor
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temperature (water law)
Q Refrigerating accessories - Regulation for low temperature energy storage
- Dehumidifier filters with rechargeable cartridges - Second setpoint management
- Complete management of compressors with start-up
- Hygroscopic sight glasses
sequence, timer and runtime balancing
- Electronic expansion valves - Self-adjusting and proactive functions with adjustment of
- Service valves on the liquid line settings on drift control
- In-series staged power control system on the compressors
Q Control and safety instruments according to the thermal requirements
- Low and high pressure sensors - Management of compressor short-cycle protection
- Safety valves on refrigerating circuit - Frost protection (exchanger heater option)
- Water temperature control sensors - Phase reversal protection
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- Evaporator antifreeze protection sensor the time schedule)
- Factory-fitted evaporator water flow rate controller - Compressor and pump operating time balancing
Q Electrical cabinet - Management of the machine operation limit according to
outdoor temperature
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entire unit) user programme) with limitation of compressor capacity and
- A connection point without neutral fan speed
- Front-mounted main safety switch with handle - Diagnosis of fault and operating statuses
- Management of a fault memory allowing a log of the last
- Control circuit transformer
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- Fan and compressor - Blackbox memory
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- Fan and compressor with operating time balancing and automatic changeover if a
motor contactors fault occurs on one machine
- Weekly and hourly time schedule for the machine, including
- Connect Touch 16 periods of absence
microprocessor- - Pump standby based on demand (energy saving)
controlled electronic - Calculation of the water flow rate and operating pressure
control module (hydraulic module version)
- Wire numbering - Electronic adjustment of the water pump speed and water
- Marking of the main flow rate (variable speed pump option)
electrical components - Display of all machine parameters
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grey painted panels - Display of trend curves for the main values
- Storage of maintenance manual, wiring diagram and spare
parts list.

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Q Remote control
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and an ETHERNET (IP) connection, offering a range of options
for remote management, monitoring and diagnostics.
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and maintenance operations.
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Several contacts are available as standard, enabling the


machine to be controlled remotely by wired link:
- Automatic operation control: when this contact is open, the
machine stops
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a second cooling setpoint is activated (energy storage or
unoccupied mode, for example)
- Power limitation: closing the contact concerned allows the
power or refrigerating consumption of the machine to be
limited by stopping one or more compressors (this limit can
be set with a parameter) Web server IP address
- Fault reporting: this contact indicates the presence of a major fault
which has caused one or both refrigerating circuits to stop
- Operational status reporting indicates that the unit is in production Remote management via web
mode. server
Connection to RJ port
- Activation control for partial energy recovery using the
Connection via IP address
desuperheater.
All the HMI functionalities
- Switch control for the customer pump, external to the machine available on the PC
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Contacts available as an option:


- Setpoint adjustable via 4-20 mA signal: this input is used to
adjust the setpoint in COOLING mode
- Power limitation adjustable by 4-20 mA signal
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- Second power limitation level alerts
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- User fault reporting enables integration of a fault in the water
loop
- General fault reporting: this contact indicates that the unit has
stopped completely
- Alert reporting: this contact indicates the presence of a minor
fault which has not caused the circuit affected to stop.
- End of storage signal: enables return to the second setpoint
at the end of the storage cycle
- Schedule override: closing this contact cancels the time schedule.
- Desuperheater activation control
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Q Maintenance
Connect Touch has two maintenance reminder functions as - The scheduled maintenance reminder: when activated,
standard, making users aware of the need to regularly perform this function enables the period between two maintenance
maintenance operations and to guarantee the service life and inspections to be set. This period may be set by the operator
performance of the unit. These two functions can be activated in either days, months or operating hours, depending on the
independently. application.
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V +0, VFUHHQ DQG - The compulsory F-GAS sealing test maintenance reminder:
stays there until it is acknowledged by the maintenance when activated, this function, which is the default factory
operator. The information and alert relating to these functions setting, enables the period between two sealing tests to
are available on the communication bus to be used on the EH VHOHFWHG DFFRUGLQJ WR WKH XQLW
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&06%06 compliance with the F-GAS regulations.

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Q CIATM2M, the CIAT supervision solution
CIATM2M is a remote supervision solution dedicated to
monitoring and controlling several CIAT machines in real
time.

Advantages
- Access to the operating trend curves for analysis
- Improved energy performance
- Improved availability rate for the machines

Functions
CIATM2M will send data in real time to the supervision
website, www.ciatm2m.com.
The machine operating data can be accessed from any PC,
smartphone or tablet.
Any event can configured to trigger a mail alert.
Parameters monitored:
- Overview
- Control panel for the controllers
- Events
- Temperature curves
Monthly and annual reports are available to analyse: CIATM2M kit contents
- The performance and operation of the machine *356*PRGHP
Example: operating curves and time, number of compressor - 1 SIM card
start-ups, events, preventive maintenance actions to be
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performed, etc.
- 1 power protection device
- The electricity consumed (if the energy meter option is
present) - 1 GSM antenna
Incidents such as a deviation in the measurements on a - Rail mounting
temperature sensor, incorrectly set control parameters, or - Enclosed casing to protect the equipment during transport
even incorrect settings between one compressor stage and - Packing box for cable routing (bus, power supply, Ethernet)
the other are immediately detected, and the corrective actions
put in place. Compatibility
Up to three machines per CIATM2M kit
Equipment
This kit can be used on both machines which are already in
use (existing inventory), and on new machines which do not
have sufficient space in their electrical cabinets.
- 1 transportable cabinet
- 1 wall-mounted antenna

Overview Parameters

Curves Information

Events
(real time and archives) Reports

Supervision platform
CIATM2M

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AVAILABLE OPTIONS

Options Description Advantages LD

Low Noise Aesthetic and sound absorbing compressor Noise level reduction by 1 to 2 dB(A) 67+(YHUVLRQV
enclosure

Xtra Low Noise Acoustic compressor enclosure and low-speed fans Noise level reduction by 6 to 7 dB(A) 67+(YHUVLRQV

Protects the inside of the electrical box from


,3FRQWUROER[ Increased leak tightness of the unit dust, water and sand. In general, this option 67+(YHUVLRQV
is recommended for installations in polluted
environments

Protection grilles Metal grilles on the 4 unit sides. Improves protection against intrusion inside the unit, 67+(YHUVLRQV
and protects the coil and piping against impacts.

Soft Starter Electronic starter on each compressor Reduced start-up current 67+(YHUVLRQV
Winter operation (down Stable unit operation when the air temperature is
to -20°C) Fan speed control between 0°C and -20°C. ST version

Water exchanger frost Electric heater on the water exchanger and the water Water exchanger module frost protection between 0°C 67+(YHUVLRQV
protection piping and -20°C outside air temperature
Water exchanger and Electric heater on the water exchanger hydraulic Water exchanger and hydraulic module frost protection 67+(YHUVLRQV
hydraulic mod. frost
protection module and optional expansion tank for outdoor operating temperatures down to -20°C

Water exchanger and Electric heaters on the water exchanger, water pipes, Water exchanger and hydraulic module frost protection
hydraulic module frost hydraulic module, optional expansion vessel and for outdoor operating temperatures down to -20°C 67+(YHUVLRQV
protection buffer tank module
Production of free high-temperature hot-water
Partial heat recovery Unit equipped with one desuperheater on each simultaneously with chilled water production (or hot 67+(YHUVLRQV
refrigerant circuit water for Heat pump)
Unit equipped with an additional water outlet
temperature sensor, to be installed on site, enabling Optimised operation of two units connected in parallel 67+(YHUVLRQV
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Compressor suction Shut-off valves on the compressor suction and
and discharge valves discharge piping
refrigerant charge on the water exchanger or air 67+(YHUVLRQV
exchanger side during servicing
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Compressor discharge Shut-off valves on the compressor discharge piping refrigerant charge in the condenser side during 67+(YHUVLRQV
valves servicing
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Single high-pressure water pump with variable speed


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integrated hydraulic safety components available.)

Dual high pressure water pump with variable speed


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AVAILABLE OPTIONS

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management ŽƉƟŽŶ ĐĂƉĂďŝůŝƟĞƐƚŽĂĚƌLJĐŽŽůĞƌƵƐĞĚŝŶĨƌĞĞĐŽŽůŝŶŐŵŽĚĞ

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ACCESSORIES
Accessories Description Advantages LD

Monitoring solution enabling customers to Real-time expert technical support to


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SEASONAL PERFORMANCE
Most central air conditioning systems installed in the tertiary sector in Europe use water chillers to provide refrigeration.
Analyses of installed systems show that heat load varies from season to season and that a water chiller operates at reduced
capacity for the majority of the time.
The (European Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (ESEER) measures the seasonal efficiency of water chillers by taking into
account their efficiency under partial load using formulas created by the European certification body Eurovent.

Seasonal heat load variations

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The efficiency under partial load is therefore essential when choosing a water chiller. It is with this in mind that the new
AQUACIATPOWER range was designed. In particular, the entire range uses R410A refrigerant which, thanks to its thermodynamic
performance, makes it possible to obtain much higher ESEER ratings.
As its compressors are connected in parallel on the refrigeration circuit, the AQUACIATPOWER easily and efficiently adjusts the
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the number of compressors needed. This ensures optimum operation of the compressors and guarantees energy efficiency for
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The high seasonal energy efficiency AQUACIATPOWER HE series has EC-type variable-speed fan motor assemblies as
standard. This type of fan motor with electronic switching of poles and rotors with permanent magnets differs from standard
motors fitted with a conventional frequency inverter thanks to its excellent mechanical efficiency and exceptionally low noise
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with its ESEER.

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HYDRAULIC MODULE
The "ALL-IN-ONE" solution The components in the hydraulic system are carefully
selected and factory assembled and tested to make the
The PLUG & COOL solution offered by installation of the units simple and economical.
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The hydraulic module contains all the water circuit space requirements are kept to a minimum.
components needed for the system to operate correctly:
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Depressurise and empty the system before any work.

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VARIABLE FLOW PUMP
Description
The AQUACIATPOWER may be equipped with one or two variable speed pumps which save you energy by adjusting the
electrical consumption of one pump to the actual requirements of a hydraulic system, in particular for oversized installations.
Simple to use
The "variable speed pump" is fully integrated on the machine, with full protection, and, as it is installed outdoors, there is no
need for any work in the machine room.
The assembly is factory-fitted and pre-set on the unit; it is therefore quick to install and reduces the cost of work, in particular
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pressure drop on the system when it is started up on-site.
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air conditioning applications.

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pressure on the Connect Touch screen, enables one pump Pressure drop
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The control continuously acts on the pump speed to ensure a constant pressure difference. This solution is suitable for
installations with two-way valves. This control mode is used to ensure a uniform supply in each hydraulic circuit to make
sure that each terminal unit operates at a satisfactory pressure
3 - Variable flow rate: constant regulation of the temperature difference
The regulation maintains a constant temperature difference whatever the load rate of the unit by reducing the flow rate to
the minimum acceptable limit. This control mode is suitable for most comfort applications.
This provides energy savings of around 66% for the pump in each of these last two operating modes

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ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY

The AQUACIATPOWER contributes to sustainable development This performance is the result of the high quality components
via an environmentally responsible approach, aimed at used, which have all been rigorously selected:
balancing ecological and economic concerns. This enables it to - The latest generation Scroll compressors
meet the requirements of future European thermal regulations - Highly efficient R410A refrigerant, which has a low
and to protect our environment for future generations. environmental impact: zero ODP (Ozone Depletion Potential),
low GWP (Global Warning Potential).
- MCHE micro-channel coils
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heat exchanger solution
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drops on the water side, and an associated drop in electricity
consumption.

AQUACIATPOWER 602C 650C 750C 800C 1000C 1100C 1250C 1350C 1500C 1600C 1750C 2000C
Refrigerant load kg 21 24 24 25 26 35 36 41 43 50 50 54
Environmental impact tCO2e 43 49 49 53 55 73 74 85 90 105 105 112

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the CO2 released into the atmosphere when the electricity impact (both direct and indirect) throughout its service life, is
required to power the unit is produced (indirect effect). With greatly reduced.
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charge minimises the risk of emissions, and its low energy
consumption limits its indirect impact.

INTEGRATION INTO THE MOST DEMANDING ENVIRONMENTS

The AQUACIATPOWER has standard and optional equipment which enables it to be integrated into any one of a diverse range
of environments.
In the micro-channel (MCHE) coil, the rate of corrosion is less than in a conventional coil with copper tube and aluminium fins.
Indeed, its all-aluminium design limits the galvanic couples in the coil, thereby providing increased corrosion resistance.
The Protect2 anti-corrosion post-treatment option doubles The Protect4 anti-corrosion post-treatment option provides
its resistance to corrosion. This treatment is applied by a fourfold increase in resistance to corrosion. An e-coating
immersing the coil, ensuring complete protection as the process is used to electro-coat the coil in polymer epoxy, and
aluminium surface undergoes a chemical change. WKHQDWRSOD\HURIDQWL89SURWHFWLRQLVDSSOLHG
This treatment is recommended for moderately corrosive This treatment is recommended for highly corrosive industrial
environments. and marine environments.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
AQUACIATPOWER LD ST 602C 650C 750C 800C 1000C 1100C 1250C 1350C 1500C 1600C 1750C ϮϬϬϬ
Cooling
Standard unit C1 Nominal
capacity kW    216 261      464 
Full load C1 EER N:N:            
performance (*)
C1 Eurovent class B A B B B B B B B B B B
cooling
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Partial Load integrated ,3/9 N:N:      4.61 4.61   4.62  
values
Sound levels
Standard unit
Sound power (1) dB(A)          ϵϰ ϵϰ ϵϰ
Sound pressure at 10 m(2) dB(A)  60 60 60 60 60 60 61 61 ϲϮ ϲϮ ϲϮ
Unit + Low Noise option
Sound power (1) dB(A)          ϵϯ ϵϯ ϵϯ
Sound pressure at 10 m(2) dB(A)        60 60 ϲϭ ϲϭ ϲϭ
Unit + Xtra Low Noise option
Sound power dB(A)          ϴϴ ϴϴ ϴϴ
Sound pressure at 10 m(2) dB(A)          ϱϱ ϱϱ ϱϲ
Dimensions - Standard unit
Length mm 2410  ϰϳϵϳ
Width mm   ϮϮϱϯ
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Circuit A 1 1 1 2 2 2 2   ϯ ϯ ϰ
Circuit B 2 2 2 2 2     ϰ ϰ ϰ
No. of control stages    4 4   6 6 ϳ ϳ ϴ
Refrigerant (3) R410A
Circuit A kg    12.6  14.7   21.1 Ϯϯ͘ϱ Ϯϯ͘ϱ Ϯϲ͘ϳϱ
teqCO2     27.4   42.4 44.1 ϰϵ͘ϭ ϰϵ͘ϭ ϱϱ͘ϵ
Circuit B kg  12.6 12.6 12.7  20.2 20.2 20.4 22.2 Ϯϲ͘ϳ Ϯϲ͘ϴ Ϯϲ͘ϵϱ
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Oil charge
OFS     
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Minimum capacity           ϭϰй ϭϰй ϭϯй
Air heat exchanger Aluminium micro-channel coils (MCHE)
Fans - Standard unit
Quantity  4 4 4 4   6 6 ϳ ϳ ϴ
0D[LPXPWRWDODLUÀRZ OV          ϯϭϱϵϳ ϯϭϱϵϳ ϯϲϭϭϭ
Maximum rotation speed UV 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 ϭϲ ϭϲ ϭϲ
Water heat exchanger Dual-circuit plate heat exchanger
Water content l      27   42 ϰϰ ϰϳ ϱϯ
Max water-side operating pressure kPa          ϯϮϬϬ ϯϮϬϬ ϯϮϬϬ
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Expansion tank volume l          ϴϬ ϴϬ ϴϬ
Buffer tank volume l          ϱϱϬ ϱϱϬ ϱϱϬ
Max. water-side operating pressure kPa 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 ϰϬϬ ϰϬϬ ϰϬϬ
with hydraulic module
Water connections with or without 9LFWDXOLF® type
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Diameter inch      4 4 4 4 ϰ ϰ ϰ
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AQUACIATPOWER LD
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
AQUACIATPOWER LD HE 602C 650C 750C 800C 1000C 1100C 1250C 1350C 1500C 1600C 1750C 2000C
Cooling
Standard unit C1 Nominal kW    216 261      464 
capacity
Full load
performance (*) C1 EER N:N:            

C1 Eurovent B A B B B B B B B B B B
class cooling
6HDVRQDOHI¿FLHQF\  ESEER N:N:  4.21 4.14      4.26  4.44 
Partial Load integrated values ,3/9 N:N: 4.76           
Sound levels
Standard unit
Sound power (1) dB(A)            
Sound pressure at 10 m(2) dB(A)  60 60 60 60 60 60 61 61 62 62 62
Unit + Low Noise option
Sound power (1) dB(A)            
Sound pressure at 10 m(2) dB(A)        60 60 61 61 61
Unit + Xtra Low Noise option
Sound power (1) dB(A)            
Sound pressure at 10 m(2) dB(A)            
Dimensions - Standard unit
Length mm 2410  
Width mm   
Height mm   
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Operating weight (3)
Standard unit kg         2162  2621 
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Circuit A 1 1 1 2 2 2 2     4
Circuit B 2 2 2 2 2     4 4 4
No. of control stages    4 4   6 6 7 7 
Refrigerant (3) R410A
Circuit A kg    12.60  14.70   21.10   
teqCO2     27.4   42.4 44.1   
Circuit B kg  12.60 12.60 12.70  20.20 20.20 20.40 22.20 26.70  
teqCO2     27.4 42.2 42.2 42.6 46.4   
Oil charge
OFS     
      
Control Connect Touch Control
Minimum capacity             
Air heat exchanger Aluminium micro-channel coils (MCHE)
Fans - Standard unit
Quantity  4 4 4 4   6 6 7 7 
0D[LPXPWRWDODLUÀRZ OV            
Maximum rotation speed UV 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16
Water heat exchanger Dual-circuit plate heat exchanger
Water content l      27   42 44 47 
Max water-side operating pressure
without hydraulic module kPa            
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Pump &HQWULIXJDOSXPSPRQRFHOOUVORZRUKLJKSUHVVXUH DVUHTXLUHG single or dual (as required)
Expansion tank volume l            
Buffer tank volume l            
Max. water-side operating pressure with kPa 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400
hydraulic module
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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Basic unit (excluding pump)
AQUACIATPOWER LD HE 602C 650C 750C 800C 1000C 1100C 1250C 1350C 1500C 1600C 1750C 2000C
Power circuit
Nominal voltage 9SK+] 
9ROWDJHUDQJH 9 
Control circuit supply 9YLDLQWHUQDOWUDQVIRUPHU
Nominal unit current draw (1)
Circuit A % A  107 121   176  216   276 
Maximum unit input power (2)
Circuit A % kW       162   210 226 
Cosine Phi unit at
           
maximum power (2)
Maximum unit current draw (Un-10%) (3)
Circuit A % A 142    227       
Maximum unit current draw (Un) (4)
Circuit A %6WDQGDUGXQLW A  142 160 174   262     
Circuit A %8QLW3RZHU
A     161  201  241   
factor correction option
Maximum start-up current, standard unit (Un) (5)
Circuit A % A     420 446 472     
Maximum start-up current, unit with soft starter (Un) (5)
Circuit A % A        424  477  
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AQUACIATPOWER LD HE 602C 650C 750C 800C 1000C 1100C 1250C 1350C 1500C 1600C 1750C 2000C
Power circuit
Nominal voltage 9SK+] 
9ROWDJHUDQJH 9 
Control circuit supply 9YLDLQWHUQDOWUDQVIRUPHU
Nominal unit current draw (1)
Circuit A % A  107 121   176  216   276 
Maximum unit input power (2)
Circuit A % kW       162   210 226 
Cosine Phi unit at            
maximum power (2)
Maximum unit current draw (Un-10%) (3)
Circuit A % A 142    227       
Maximum unit current draw (Un) (4)
Circuit A %6WDQGDUGXQLW A  142 160 174   262     
Circuit A %8QLW3RZHU A     161  201  241   
factor correction option
Maximum start-up current, standard unit (Un) (5)
Circuit A % A     420 446 472     
Maximum start-up current, unit with soft starter (Un) (5)
Circuit A % A        424  477  
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locked rotor current of the largest compressor).
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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Short circuit current withstand capability (TN system(1))

AQUACIATPOWER LD ST/HE 602C 650C 800C 900C 902C 1000C 1150C 1200C 1400C 1600C 1800C 2000C
Value without upstream
protection
Short time (1 s) assigned current -
Icw - kA eff           20 20
Allowable peak assigned current -
Ipk - kA pk            
Value with upstream protection
Protection type: fuse
Conditional short circuit assigned
           
current Icc or Icf - kA eff
$VVLJQHGJ/J*IXVHV 200 200 200      400 400  

(1) Type of system earthing

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PARTIAL RECOVERY WITH DESUPERHEATER
The AQUACIATPOWER range may be equipped as an option with an energy recovery function using a desuperheater

Heat from gases released by the compressors is recovered directly by a type of heat exchanger called a desuperheater located
on the unit to produce free, additional hot water.

This optional configuration requires assembly in our factories and is by order only.

Q Refrigerating circuit diagram

Discharge C1
This refrigeration diagram illustrates a unit with a
desuperheater on each refrigerating circuit. For heat Suction C1 C2
recovery to be possible, the unit must be operating. For
the same cooling capacity, the desuperheater provides HP
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power consumption.
Compressor 1
Water
Desuperheater HP
Evaporator
LP

Compressor 2
C2

Air-cooled condenser C1: Refrigerating circuit no.1


C2: Refrigerating circuit no.2

Q Hydraulic connections: configuration and precautions

The hydraulic supply for each desuperheater is delivered in parallel. In order to ensure that the unit can start
and operate under the correct conditions, the desuperheater circuit water loop must be as short as possible and
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It may require the use of a three-way valve with its controller and a sensor controlling the minimum water
inlet temperature.

Note:
The water loop for the desuperheater circuit must include an expansion vessel and a valve. Special attention should be paid
when selecting the expansion vessel as the recovery water circuit can reach 120°C if the pump is turned off or if no hot water
is consumed

Q Operating limits

Desuperheater Minimum Maximum


Water inlet temperature at start-up °C  60

Leaving water temperature during operation °C  

Air condenser Minimum Maximum


Outdoor air temperature during operation °C 0(*) 46

(*) - 20°C with the all-season operation option on the ST version


- 20°C as standard on the HE version

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PARTIAL RECOVERY WITH DESUPERHEATER

Q Technical specifications

AQUACIATPOWER>^dͬ, ϲϬϮ 650C 750C 800C 1000C 1100C ϭϮϱϬ 1350C 1500C 1600C 1750C ϮϬϬϬ
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Circuit A ;ϭͿ ŬŐ ϵ͘ϭ ϭϯ͘ϰ ϭϮ͘ϵ ϭϰ͘ϯ ϭϯ͘ϲ ϭϱ͘Ϭ ϭϳ͘ϯ ϮϮ͘ϴ Ϯϭ͘ϰ Ϯϲ͘ϯ Ϯϯ͘ϳ Ϯϳ͘ϯ
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recovery
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(1) Weights are guidelines only. Refer to the unit name plate.

Q Performance
AQUACIATPOWER>^dͬ, ϲϬϮ 650C 750C 800C 1000C 1100C ϭϮϱϬ 1350C 1500C 1600C 1750C ϮϬϬϬ
Total heating capacity kW   264   401 444    624 704
5HFRYHUHGFDSDFLW\  kW         144.7   
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5HFRYHUHGFDSDFLW\  kW        110.4 120.6   
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3UHVVXUHGURSRIZDWHUÀRZ kPa   4.7   7.7    7.4  
5HFRYHUHGFDSDFLW\  kW   40.2   70.7     106.1 
UHFRYHU\             
:DWHUÀRZUDWH OV   1.0 1.1  1.7  2.1  2.4 2.6 
3UHVVXUHGURSRIZDWHUÀRZ kPa 2.1 2.4        4.6  6.7
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AQUACIATPOWER LD
INTELLIGENTLY DESIGNED ACOUSTICS
To comply with the various integration restrictions, Q Night mode
the AQUACIATPOWER has three sound finish levels The AQUACIATPOWER has a Night Mode enabling the noise level
enabling it to be easily integrated into a number to be limited at night or when the building is unoccupied (according
of zones without causing disruption to users or to the user programming) by controlling the output and the fan
their neighbours. rotation speed.

Q Basic version Q Acoustic signature


The distinguishing feature of the AQUACIATPOWER range As important as the sound power level, the acoustic signature
is its rigorous design incorporating "noiseless" assembly reflects the noise disturbance generated by the unit.
techniques to reduce vibrations and sources of noise:

- New generation scroll compressors with a continuous dB


scrolling motion to lessen vibrations Acoustic discomfort
- Compressor structure separated from the unit by anti-vibration
mounts
- Pipes separated from the unit structure
- Fans made from a synthetic material, with aerodynamic
blades offering an optimised profile. Optimised coil-fan
Disruption of the cooling cycle
combination, the result of many hours of study of the t
thermal and acoustic properties in our Research and
Innovation Centre, to ensure a linear flow of air without
turbulence, to limit noise to an acceptable acoustic dB
spectrum.
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Q Low Noise option


In this version, in addition to the basic equipment, the The AQUACIATPOWER HE series has EC-type variable-speed
compressors are placed in sound boxes equipped with motors on the fan motor assemblies as standard.
absorbent materials limiting the level of noise radiated by the
machine.
The AQUACIATPOWER ST series units equipped with an EC
motor option (all-season operation) have one EC fan motor
Q Xtra Low Noise option assembly per coil.
In this version, the compressors are housed in sound boxes In addition to electrical performance, the EC motor also
identical to those in the Low Noise version and the fan rotation enables soft start for the fans. It avoids the increases in noise
speed is reduced whilst ensuring the output and thermal OLQNHG WR WKH RQRII VHTXHQFHV WKHUHE\ LPSURYLQJ WKH XQLW
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performance remain optimised. acoustic signature.

Similarly, the installation of a variable speed pump enables


the noise level of the pump function to be reduced by
adjusting the pump speed to what is strictly necessary.
The soft start improves the signature and reduces
nuisance noise.

With all these benefits and its three acoustic finish


levels (Standard, Low Noise and Xtra Low Noise), the
AQUACIATPOWER can be integrated into any site, ensuring
any constraints in terms of the sound environment can be met.

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SOUND LEVELS

Standard ST - High Efficiency HE versions


Q Sound power levels ref 10-12 W ± 3 dB (Lw)
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SOUND POWER LEVEL SPECTRUM (dB) Overall power


AQUACIATPOWER LD ST/HE
level dB(A)
125 Hz 250 Hz 500 Hz 1000 Hz 2000 Hz 4000 Hz
602C 92 89 90 86 81 77 91
650C 93 90 91 87 81 78 92
750C 93 90 91 87 81 78 92
800C 93 91 91 87 82 78 92
1000C 93 91 91 87 82 78 92
1100C 93 91 92 88 82 79 93
1250C 93 91 92 88 82 79 93
1350C 94 92 92 89 83 79 93
1500C 94 92 92 89 83 79 93
1600C 95 92 93 89 84 80 94
1750C 95 92 93 89 84 80 94
2000C 95 92 93 89 84 80 94

Q Sound pressure levels ref 2x10-5 Pa ± 3 dB (Lp)


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SOUND PRESSURE SPECTRUM (dB) Std Overall


AQUACIATPOWER LD ST/HE pressure level
125 Hz 250 Hz 500 Hz 1000 Hz 2000 Hz 4000 Hz dB(A)

602C 60 57 58 55 49 45 59
650C 61 58 59 55 49 46 60
750C 61 58 59 55 49 46 60
800C 61 59 59 55 50 46 60
1000C 61 59 59 55 50 46 60
1100C 61 59 59 56 50 46 60
1250C 61 59 59 56 50 46 60
1350C 62 60 60 56 51 47 61
1500C 62 60 60 56 51 47 61
1600C 62 60 61 57 51 48 62
1750C 62 60 61 57 51 48 62
2000C 62 60 61 57 51 48 62

NB: Sound pressure levels depend on the installation conditions of each system. As such, the levels listed here are given for
information only. Only the sound power levels are comparable and certified.

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SOUND LEVELS

Standard ST - High Efficiency HE LOW NOISE option versions


Q Sound power levels ref 10-12 W ±3 dB (Lw)
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SOUND POWER LEVEL SPECTRUM (dB) Overall


AQUACIATPOWER LD ST/HE power level
125 Hz 250 Hz 500 Hz 1000 Hz 2000 Hz 4000 Hz dB(A)
602C 91 88 87 85 79 76 89
650C 92 89 88 86 80 77 90
750C 92 89 88 86 80 77 90
800C 92 89 88 86 80 77 90
1000C 92 89 88 86 80 77 90
1100C 93 90 89 87 81 78 91
1250C 93 90 89 87 81 78 91
1350C 94 91 90 88 82 79 92
1500C 94 91 90 88 82 79 92
1600C 95 92 91 88 83 80 93
1750C 95 92 91 88 83 80 93
2000C 95 92 91 88 83 80 93

Q Sound pressure levels ref 2x10-5 Pa ±3 dB (Lp)


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SOUND PRESSURE SPECTRUM (dB) Opt Low Noise Overall


AQUACIATPOWER LD ST/HE pressure level
125 Hz 250 Hz 500 Hz 1000 Hz 2000 Hz 4000 Hz dB(A)
602C 59 56 55 53 47 44 57
650C 60 57 56 54 48 45 58
750C 60 57 56 54 48 45 58
800C 60 57 56 54 48 45 58
1000C 60 57 56 54 48 45 58
1100C 61 58 57 55 49 46 59
1250C 61 58 57 55 49 46 59
1350C 62 59 58 55 50 47 60
1500C 62 59 58 55 50 47 60
1600C 63 60 58 56 50 47 61
1750C 63 60 58 56 51 47 61
2000C 63 60 59 56 51 47 61

NB: Sound pressure levels depend on the installation conditions of each system. As such, the levels listed here are given for
information only. Only the sound power levels are comparable and certified.

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AQUACIATPOWER LD
SOUND LEVELS

Standard ST - High Efficiency HE XTRA LOW NOISE option versions


Q Sound power levels ref 10-12 W ±3 dB (Lw)
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SOUND POWER LEVEL SPECTRUM (dB) Overall power


AQUACIATPOWER LD ST/HE
125 Hz 250 Hz 500 Hz 1000 Hz 2000 Hz 4000 Hz level dB(A)

602C     76  
650C     76  
750C     76  
800C     77 70 
1000C     77 70 
1100C     77 70 
1250C     77 70 
1350C      71 
1500C      71 
1600C      72 
1750C      72 
2000C      72 

Q Sound pressure levels ref 2x10-5 Pa ±3 dB (Lp)


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SOUND PRESSURE SPECTRUM (dB) Opt Xtra Low Noise Overall


AQUACIATPOWER LD ST/HE pressure level
125 Hz 250 Hz 500 Hz 1000 Hz 2000 Hz 4000 Hz dB(A)
602C     44  
650C     44  
750C     44  
800C       
1000C       
1100C       
1250C       
1350C     46  
1500C     46  
1600C     46 40 
1750C     46 40 
2000C     47 40 

NB: Sound pressure levels depend on the installation conditions of each system. As such, the levels listed here are given for
information only. Only the sound power levels are comparable and certified.

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AQUACIATPOWER LD
SYSTEM WATER VOLUME - EVAPORATOR WATER FLOW RATE

The Connect Touch controller is equipped with anticipation logic making it highly flexible in adjusting operation to parameter
drift, particularly on hydraulic systems with low water volumes. By adjusting compressor running times, it prevents short-cycle
protection cycles from starting and, in most cases, eliminates the need for a buffer tank.

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This value is applicable for most air conditioning applications (unit with fan coil units).

Note:
For installations running with a low volume of water (assembly with air handling unit) or for industrial processes, the buffer tank
is a required component.

AQUACIATPOWER LD ST/HE 602C 650C 750C 800C 1000C 1100C 1250C 1350C 1500C 1600C 1750C 2000C

Minimum system water volume,


air conditioning application 420         1076  
(litres)
Minimum system water volume,
industrial process application    1401        
(litres)
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AQUACIATPOWER LD
OPERATING RANGE

The AQUACIATPOWER units have a broad field of application, enabling them to meet a range of requirements in the most varied
of climates.

Multi-climate: -20°C to +48°C


The AQUACIATPOWER HE series is equipped as standard with all the management devices and algorithms to enable all-season
operation in all climates. The AQUACIATPOWER HE series is therefore able to operate in conditions ranging from the heat of the
Mediterranean basin to the chill of Scandinavia, the humid Atlantic coast to the dry climate of Central Europe.

In the ST series, all-season operation down to - 20°C is optional (standard 0°C).

Multi-application: air conditioning, industrial processes


The AQUACIATPOWER can be used for all traditional air conditioning applications in sectors as varied as shared residency,
hotels, shopping centres and offices.

50
48

Power factor correction option


40 Winter operation option
Entering air temperature (°C)

down to -20°C,

30
size 602C

20

10

-10

-20

-30
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

Water outlet temperature (°C)

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ST version winter operation option (standard HE version)

Partial load

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HYDRAULIC SPECIFICATIONS

Q Water pressure drop in the evaporator


Data applicable for pure water at 20°C

/'67+(&&

1 2 3 5 4
100
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10
1 10 100
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/'&
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/'67+(&&

100 6 7 8 9
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10
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Q Water pressure drop in the filter

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12
10

5,0
Pressure drops (mWC)

1,0

1
2

0,1
10 20 100 150
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HYDRAULIC SPECIFICATIONS

QAvailable static pressure for the system


Data applicable for:
- Pure water at 20°C
- Refer to the section "Evaporator water flow rate" for the minimum and maximum water flow rate values
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QLD ST/HE high pressure pumps (fixed or variable speed at 50 Hz)

Single pumps

290

270
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250

230

210

190

170

150

130

110

90

70

50
0 5 10 15 20 25
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2 LD 1000C /'&
/'& /'&

330
310
290
Available static pressure, kPa

270
250
230
210
190
170
150
130
110
90
70
50
0 5 10 15 20 25 30

)ORZUDWHOV 7 8 9

7 LD 1600C
/'&
/'&

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QLD ST/HE high-pressure pumps (fixed or variable speed at 50 Hz)

Dual pumps

270
Available static pressure, kPa

250

230

210

190

170

150

130

110

90

70

50
0 5 10 15 20 25
)ORZUDWHOV 1 2 3 4 5 6

/'&& /'&
2 LD 1000C /'&
/'& /'&

310
290
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270
250
230
210
190
170
150
130
110
90
70
50
0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
)ORZUDWHOV 7 8 9

7 LD 1600C
/'&
/'&

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HYDRAULIC SPECIFICATIONS

QAvailable static pressure for the system


Data applicable for:
- Pure water at 20°C
- Refer to the section "Evaporator water flow rate" for the minimum and maximum water flow rate values
,IDJO\FROZDWHUPL[LVXVHGWKHPD[LPXPZDWHUIORZUDWHLVUHGXFHG

QLD ST/HE low-pressure pumps (fixed speed)

Single pumps
200

180

160
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140

120

100

80

60

40

20
0 5 10 15 20

)ORZUDWHOV 1 2 3 4 5

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/'&

300
280
260
240
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220
200
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0 5 10 15 20 25 30
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8
9
6 LD 2000C /'&
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QLD ST/HE low-pressure pumps (fixed speed)

Dual pumps

240

220
200
Manometric head, kPa

180

160

140

120

100

80

60

40

20
0 5 10 15 20
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

/'&& /'&
/'&& /'&
/'& /'&
4 LD 1100C

280
260
240
220
Manometric head, kPa

200
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0 5 10 15 20 25 30

)ORZUDWHOV 8 9
10

  /'&
  /'&
10 /'&

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AQUACIATPOWER LD
DIMENSIONS
AQUACIATPOWER LD ST-HE 602C to 1000C without buffer tank

Electrical power connection


Hydraulic connection
Partial heat recovery

Main hydraulic connection

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dimensional drawings provided with the unit or
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DIMENSIONS
AQUACIATPOWER LD ST-HE 602C to 1000C with buffer tank

Electrical power connection


Main hydraulic connection

.H\
All dimensions in mm

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Non-contractual drawings.
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:KHQGHVLJQLQJDV\VWHPUHIHUWRWKHFHUWL¿HG
dimensional drawings provided with the unit or
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DIMENSIONS
AQUACIATPOWER LD ST-HE 1100C to 1500C without buffer tank

Electrical power connection

Hydraulic connection
Partial heat recovery

Main hydraulic connection

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All dimensions in mm

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Non-contractual drawings.
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dimensional drawings provided with the unit or
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DIMENSIONS
AQUACIATPOWER LD ST-HE 1100C to 1500C with buffer tank

Electrical power connection

Main hydraulic connection

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dimensional drawings provided with the unit or
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DIMENSIONS
AQUACIATPOWER LD ST-HE 1600C to 2000C without buffer tank

Electrical power connection


Hydraulic connection
Partial heat recovery

Main hydraulic connection

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DIMENSIONS
AQUACIATPOWER LD ST-HE 1600C to 2000C with buffer tank

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connection

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INSTALLATION RECOMMENDATIONS
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Therefore devices to protect against transient voltage surges
water used has a direct impact on the correct and compliant
must be installed on the system and inside the power supply
operation of the machine and its service life. This is particularly
unit.
true if the water used clogs or corrodes components or
promotes the growth of algae or micro-organisms. The water
must be tested to determine whether it is suitable for the unit. QPipe connections
It is also tested to determine whether chemical treatment is You must follow the instructions in the manual. All pipes must
necessary and will suffice to make it of acceptable quality. This EH FRUUHFWO\ DOLJQHG DQG VORSH WRZDUG WKH V\VWHP
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analysis should confirm whether or not the various machine valve. Pipes must be installed to allow sufficient access to the
components are compatible with the water they come into panels and fitted with heat insulation.
contact with on-site.
Pipe mountings and clamps must be separate to avoid
Warning: failure to follow these instructions will result in the vibrations and pressure on the unit. Water flow shut-off and
LPPHGLDWHYRLGLQJRIWKHXQLW
VZDUUDQW\ control valves must be fitted when the unit is installed.
Pipe connections to be made on-site:
QLifting and handling - water supply with pressure-reducing valve
The utmost safety precautions must be taken when lifting and - evaporator, condenser and drain
handling the unit. The following are a few examples of accessories essential to
any hydraulic circuit, which must also be installed:
Always follow the lifting diagram on the unit and in the
- water expansion vessel
instruction manual.
- drain nozzles at pipe low points
Before attempting to lift the unit, make sure the path leading - exchanger shut-off valves equipped with filters
to its intended location is free from obstacles. Always keep - air vents at pipe high points
the unit vertical when moving it. Never tip it or lie it on its side. - FKHFNWKHV\VWHP
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- flexible couplings on exchanger inlets and outlets
AQUACIATPOWER units are designed for outdoor installation. Warning:
Precautions should be taken to protect them from freezing - Pressure in the water circuits below 4 bar for units equipped
temperatures. Special attention should be paid to ensure with the hydraulic module
sufficient free space (including at the top) to allow maintenance. - Place the expansion vessel upstream of the pump.
The unit must be placed on a perfectly level, fireproof surface - Do not place any valves on the expansion vessel.
strong enough to support it when ready for operation. Noise - Make sure the water circulation pumps are placed directly at
pollution from auxiliary equipment such as pumps should be the exchanger inlets.
studied thoroughly. - Make sure the pressure of the water drawn in by the
circulation pumps is greater than or equal to the required
Potential noise transmission routes should be studied, with
minimum pressure (NPSH), particularly if the water circuits
assistance from an acoustical engineer if necessary, before
are "open".
installing the unit. It is strongly recommended that flexible
- Test the water quality in accordance with the relevant
couplings are placed over pipes and anti-vibration mounts are
technical specifications.
fitted underneath the unit (equipment available as an option)
- Take the necessary precautions to protect the unit and
to reduce vibrations, and the noise this causes, as much as
hydraulic system from freezing temperatures (e.g. allow
possible.
for the possibility of draining the unit). If glycol is added to
prevent freezing, check its type and concentration before
QFitting accessories supplied separately system start-up.
A number of optional accessories may be delivered separately - Before making any final hydraulic connections, flush the
and installed on the unit on site. pipes with clean water to remove any debris in the network.
You must follow the instructions in the manual.

QElectrical connections
You must follow the instructions in the manual. All information
concerning electrical connections is stated on the wiring
diagrams provided with the unit. Always follow this information
to the letter.
Electrical connections must be made in accordance with best
current practices and applicable standards and regulations.
Electrical cable connections to be made on-site:
- Electrical power supply to unit
- Contacts available as standard enabling the machine to be
controlled remotely (optional)

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QSystem start-up QMaintenance operations
CIAT or a CIAT-approved firm must perform system start-up Specific preventive maintenance operations are required at
on the units. regular intervals and should be performed by CIAT-approved
You must follow the instructions in the manual. contractors.
List of system start-up checks (non-exhaustive): 7KH RSHUDWLQJ SDUDPHWHUV DUH UHDG DQG QRWHG RQ D &+(&.
- Correct positioning of unit LIST" form to be returned to CIAT.
- Power supply protections To do this, you must refer to and comply with the instruction
- Phases and direction of rotation manual.
- Wiring connections on unit You must take out a maintenance contract with a CIAT-
- Direction of water flow in unit approved refrigeration equipment specialist. Such a contract
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