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2, 3, 4, 5 Ton Chillers
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The unit is rated at the American
Refrigeration Institute's National Standard of 95 degree F ambient and
44 degree F chilled water.
Energy Saving Design-- The unit will
cycle on and off with varied load demands. No hot gas bypass.
Closed loop system eliminates contamination
of the water system by recycling the water in a contaminant free flow path.
The Water Pump is bronze or stainless
steel, and contaminate free.
Utilizes environmentally friendly R-22
Ethylene glycol is not required for
normal operating conditions. The unit will NOT be damaged due to an accidental
Uses a world-renowned TecumsehTM
The Condenser is designed to allow full
capacity at higher temperatures.
Energy Saving Design which does not
use hot gas bypass.
Epoxy polyester powder coat finish is
highly durable and environmentally responsible.
Time proven Schreiber Engineering name,
and record of Superior Quality. In business since 1958.
Tested and approved by ETL
Testing Laboratories, Inc.
Note about the Tonage
label assures that every Schreiber Chiller meets or exceeds its stated
BTU performance as measured by the American
Refrigeration Institute standard testing methods. Be careful, since
not all chiller manufacturers test to the same standards.
Key to chiller components:
Pilot Lights for the Compressor and Pump
Switches for the Compressor and water pump
Chilled Water Return -- 1" N.P.T.
Water Level Sight Glass
Water reservoir tank fill -- 1/2" N.P.T
Chilled Water Discharge -- 1" N.P.T.
Pump Rotation Check
16" Condenser Fan
The 5 ton unit features Electronic Controls
with a digital Display.
|BTU Per Hour:
|Fluid Reservoir Capacity:
|Fluid Circulating Pump:
||30 GPM at 38 psi
||40 GPM at 44.8 psi
||230/3 or 460/3
||18.0 - 9.0
||18.0 - 9.0
||20.6 - 12.5
||27.0 - 14.0
(W x D x H)
|30.25 x 46 x 42.25 inches
Do not overcharge this, or any, refrigeration system.
The refrigeration sight glass is only an indicator of coolant being in
the system. The sight glass should never be filled when charging the system,
and will always be fuzzy. Overcharging the system will damage the compressor.