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The BITZER ECOLITE 2.0 series of condensing units are set to be released in the third quarter of 2020 with refrigerants in the safety group A2L which includes R1234ze/yf, R455A and R454C.

The ECOLITE 2.0 series of condensing units have new functions inside the controller including the oil return function.  First field test units have already been shipped; further ones are available on request.

ECOLITE condensing units open up a wide range of applications from 1.5 kW to 5 kW in the low temperature range and from 3.5 kW to 16 kW in the medium temperature range.

One of their great advantages: Each of the seven models can be used for different applications and various refrigerants.

The new ECOLITE version for low-GWP refrigerants of the A2L category offers a future-proof solution for refrigerants with a GWP below 150.

The design of the condensing units ensures that their components are comfortably accessible and can be serviced quickly and easily if necessary.

With all ECOLITE models, users enjoy the option of quick installation and commissioning thanks to the user-friendly controller with a display and connectivity to the BEST software.

All models in the series have been designed as standard for a wide range of both low and medium temperature applications – for example in cold stores, petrol stations and small shops. 

Its compact and low-sound design offers the opportunity to install the ECOLITE both in urban and rural areas. Furthermore, the semi-hermetic ECOLINE compressor equipped with the mechanical capacity control VARISTEP makes the unit exceptionally flexible and reliable.

BITZER recently won the German 2020 HVACR trust award in the condensing units category for the second time in a row.

At this award, industry representatives such as contractors, expert planners and operators of refrigeration systems vote for products and their manufacturers in 14 different categories within refrigeration and air-conditioning technology, ventilation and air ducting as well as building automation and fire.

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