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CDD CO2 unit cooler
Air flow scheme
Performance ranges
  • CO2 coolers capacity: from 0,82 to 80,2 kW *
  • Airflow: from 460 to 33300 m3/h
Coil features
  • High heat exchange efficiency
  • Designed with special profile aluminium fins and appropriate tubes

According to the room temperature, the employed fin spacing is the following:

  • CDD 04 for high temperatures (>= +2 °C): 4,0 mm
  • CDD 49-07 for medium temperatures (>= -15 °C): 4,5/9,0 mm staggered or 7,0 mm (electric defrost version ED is recommended)
  • CDD 10 for low temperatures (>= -25 °C): 4,0 mm
Standard defrost

Electric (ED) 400V/3/50Hz

Casing features

Made of a magnesium aluminium alloy, with a smooth finish covered by a plastic protection film
Fan motor features
  1. 230 mm diameter
    - Single-phase, with shaded poles
    - Voltage: 230V/1/50 Hz
    - Protection grade: IP 42
    - Working temperature: +40 °C
    - Inner thermal contact protection
  2. 315 mm diameter
    - Single-phase, dual velocity with external rotor and inner capacitor
    - Voltage: 230V/1/50-60 Hz
    - Protection grade: IP 44
    - Working temperature: +40 °C
    - Inner thermal contact protection
  3. 450 mm diameter
    - Three-phase, dual velocity with external rotor and inner capacitor
    - Voltage: 400V/3/50 Hz
    - Protection grade: IP 54
    - Working temperature: +40 °C
    - Inner thermal contact protection
  4. 560 mm diameter
    - Three-phase, dual velocity with external rotor and inner capacitor
    - Voltage: 400V/3/50 Hz
    - Protection grade: IP 54
    - Working temperature: +40 °C
    - Inner thermal contact protection
Fan guard features

Manufactured in fibreglass charged polyamide, according to EN 294 standards

Air throw The aeraulic combination grants a considerably high air throw, measured in Luvata’s Technical Lab according to CECOMAF GT6-001 standards
Miscellaneous
  • All the fan motors and electric heaters are connected in separate terminal boxes, with IP 54 protection grade
  • Heat exchangers are supplied clean and tested

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