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3/3/2006

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The Pinnacle chiller is said to offer the latest in rotational compression technology with scroll compressors.

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The Pinnacle chiller is said to offer the latest in rotational compression technology with scroll compressors. Scrolls use 50% fewer moving parts than reciprocating compressors, resulting in unparalleled efficiency, reliability and noise reduction. The series is available in 30-100 ton capacities, in both air cooled and water cooled packages, featuring scroll compressors, brazed plate evaporators and a stainless steel reservoir tank. Independent refrigerant circuits allow routing maintenance without costly downtime and compressor staging provides energy saving capacity control.

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