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Aquaflair Chillers

Aquaflair Chillers

Uniflair chillers designed for technical cooling applications in data centers, buildings, and industrial processes. All the units are all-in-one for easy design and installation.

Air-Cooled Turbocor Chillers

Air-Cooled Turbocor Chillers

This brochure features the Uniflair BCEF (Intregated Free Cooling) and Uniflair BCEC ranges.

“Intelligent” Free-Cooling Chillers

“Intelligent” Free-Cooling Chillers

When designing mission critical systems for processing applications or highly technological environments, reliabilty and energy saving are fundamental. Intelligent free-cooling is the ideal solution.

HDCV

HDCV

Chilled water units with backward-curved fans equipped with EC motor; underfloor configuration.

Leonardo

Leonardo Evolution & Leonardo Max

The Leonardo range of downflow and upflow precision air conditioning units provide flexible airflow configurations whatever your cooling requirements.

Amico

Amico

The most compact range of units available on the market, the Amico units provide high powered cooling with the minimum of fuss.

Telecomms Cooling

Telecomms Cooling

Precision air conditioning equipment specifically designed with cooling for telecommunications applications in mind, extremely high sensible heat ratios.

High Density Cooling Solutions

High Density Cooling Solutions

Uniflair believe that having achieved such strong in depth expertise in Precision Air Conditioning, Technical Cooling & Modular Access Floors fields, significant added value can be created.

In-Row Cooling

In-Row Cooling

The in-row cooling units take air from the hot aisle and distribute it directly into the cold aisle in close proximity to the load for extremely predictable cooling performance.

Fresh-Air Free-Cooling

Fresh-Air Free-Cooling

The latest trend in cooling for large data centres is indirect adiabatic fresh air free-cooling, also known as indirect air-to-air economizers.

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Southend-on-Sea
Essex
SS3 OPJ

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