Temperzone have been market leaders in the Water Cooled Package Unit market for more than 40 years. The recent redevelopment of the HWP range of in ceiling water cooled package units with high efficiency ThermoShell® heat exchangers has produced a range of products with high performance, matched with benefits of significantly lower water flow.

Fawkner Residences is an up market residential development at 499 St Kilda Rd Melbourne. It is a great example of how the clever design of the HWP heat exchangers produced a significant reduction in total system installation costs.

For the Fawkner Residences project, the consultants chose to use Water Cooled package units for each apartment. The initial design was specified using a competitor product.

Temperzone offered the NEW HWP with ThermoShell® heat exchangers, as an alternative. The much lower water flow required by the new HWP ThermoShell® units had a dramatic impact on the system design and installation cost.

Lower water flow rates enabled the design of the main water riser to change from steel, to copper. This negated the need for expensive offsite pre-fabrication, special lifting apparatus and higher labour costs

In addition to the reduction of water pipe diameter, the reduced water flow required allowed the use of much smaller pumps and associated wiring and drivers.

Temperzone’s start of the art, HWP with ThermoShell® units are used extensively in Australia, New Zealand and throughout SE Asia, particularly in large residential or hotel complexes.

The major benefits of our HWP Thermoshell® range include:

Versatility

  • Flexible handing configurations
  • Galvanised Steel construction
  • Filter box with inbuilt filter slides*
  • AS1530.3 compliant Insulation
  • Internal condensate pump*

Efficiency

  • Thermo Shell® technology
  • High Efficiency Motors*
  • Epoxy coated Evaporator Coils
  • Advanced Rifle bore Copper Tubes
  • 13mm foil face insulation polyurethane
  • High efficiency compressors

Control

  • Intuitive UC Control*
  • Precise Temperature Control
  • BMS Connectivity with Modbus/BACnet
  • 3rd Party Control Integration with 12VAC or 24VDC control
  • Dry Contact Fault Output
  • 0-10V EC Fan Motor speed*
  • Electronic Regulating Valve Signal
  • Pump call and pump flow verifications

Installation

  • Ease of wiring
  • Vertical handling on CWP
  • Adjustable Indoor Airflow control
  • Rigid structural construction
  • Simplistic maintenance with Access Panels
  • Drain tray compliant to AS3666
  • Removal drain pan*
  • Rectangular spigot

* Please contact Temperzone for more information on these items as there is some variation between products in the range.

For more information on Temperzone HWP Thermoshell®, download the brochure here or contact your Temperzone rep.

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