The models of the AT series are compact monoblock packaged refrigeration units with a range of uses, suitable for small rooms for commercial use.
The series is divided into 4 models: ATN and ATL for medium temperatures (from -5° to +5°, room volume from 2 to 77m³) while ATK and ATV are designed for low temperatures (from -18° to -25°, room volume from 1 to 63m³).
All models are built around a solid monobloc structure that includes a condensing and evaporating units.
A sturdy steel sheet body protects an essential and efficient refrigeration system that includes the hermetic compressor as standard, the condenser is equipped with 1 or 2 cooling fans and the capillary tube for the refrigerant expansion stage.
The cooling power range covered by the AT varies from 0.5 to 5.7 kW, allowing the user a wide range of options for using the unit.
The evaporating section of the AT is equipped with 1 or 2 fans for an extremely variable range of airflow.
The basic equipment includes the solid body type filter on the liquid line, the minimum and maximum calibration pressure switches with automatic reset and the pressure-limiting valve during the suction phase for the ATK and ATV models.
The installation of the AT is quick and easy: the overlapping application on the wall requires 2 holes for fixing the unit, leaving only the evaporating unit inside without affecting the internal volume of the room, and a third hole for the waste water drain.
The smaller models are equipped with a basin for collecting the evaporation water while the hot gas defrosting system is provided on all the units of the series.
The standard equipment of the AT includes the electronic control panel on the front side of the body, which can be implemented with the optional addition of the electronic control unit and the wall-mounted remote control panel, useful elements to increase ease of control and customization of the unit during operation, helping to strengthen the efficiency of a reliable and versatile refrigerating machine.
For a detailed view of the options available for this series, please refer to the video catalog.