Emerson’s ammonia single screw compressors by Vilter

By Sabine Lobnig, Dec 05, 2011, 12:06 1 minute reading

Emerson Climate Technologies GmbH, one of the world’s leading providers of HVAC/R solutions for residential, industrial and commercial applications, is adding the VSM and VSS compressors series to the ammonia21.com product database. Vilter’s single screw compressors feature longer life, higher reliability and better energy efficiency.

Due to inherent design advantages reducing loading during the compression process and minimising all leakages, single screw compressors are able to operate more efficiently and reliably with higher suction pressures and lower ratios than other types of screw compressors or reciprocating compressors.

The VSM and VSS compressors series by Vilter are more specifically designed for industrial refrigeration and answer to the different international certifications requirements: CE / PED / UL / ASME.

Basics specifications

VSM series:
  • 6 models
  • Displacement: 216 – 984 m³/hour
  • Compressor capacity and required power vary depending on evaporation and outside temperature conditions
VSS series:
  • 7 models
  • Displacement: 1106 – 2871 m³/hour
  • Compressor capacity and required power vary depending on evaporation and outside temperature conditions
Vilter’s VSM-VSS compressors lines include a five-year warranty on internal components and a fifteen-year warranty on bearings, the longest in the industry.

For High Temperature Heat Pump, the VSSH series offers 8 models.

About Emerson Climate Technologies

Emerson Climate Technologies is the world’s largest provider of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration solutions, delivering answers for commercial, industrial, and residential applications, as well as for food service and supermarket. They combine products from their industry-leading brands - such as the Copeland Scroll or DWM Copeland compressor, Alco Controls and Vilter manufacturing - along with their engineering, logistical, and monitoring capabilities, for efficient climate systems.

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By Sabine Lobnig

Dec 05, 2011, 12:06




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