- Totally oil-free operation resulting in reduced maintenance costs and increased reliability
- An inverter driven compressor allows the capacity to be adjusted precisely to match variations in room and outside temperatures
- Onboard digital electronics provide smart controls
Inverter compressors continuously adjust compressor speed to actual demand. Fewer power-consuming starts and stops result in decreased energy consumption (up to 30%) and more stable temperatures.
Centrifugal compressors use an impeller and volute section to convert the velocity energy into pressure energy. Centrifugal compressors are designed with either optional variable speed drives (VFD) for superior part-load performance for single or dual compressor units, or with magnetic bearings and totally oil-free operation