The models of the VT series are monoblock wall package unit with a range of uses, suitable for small rooms for commercial use.
The series is divided into 4 models: VTN and VTL for medium temperatures (from -5° to +5°; room volume from 40 to 160m³) while VTK and VTVG are designed for low temperatures (from -18° to -25° with room volume from 30 to 160m³).
All VT models are made up of 2 units connected together to form the monoblock structure: a condensing unit made of steel and an evaporating unit in steel sheet which make the product compact and highly resistant.
The solid body protects an essential and efficient refrigeration system that includes, as standard, the hermetic compressor with associated crankcase resistance, the condenser equipped with 2 or 3 cooling fans provided with a pressure switch and the capillary tube for the refrigerant expansion stage.
The cooling power range covered by the VT varies from 2.4 to 10.9 kW, allowing the user a wide range of options for using the machine.
The evaporating unit is equipped with 2 or 3 fans allowing the VT a large amount of airflow inside the room.
The basic equipment includes the solid body type filter on the liquid line, the adjustable maximum and minimum pressure switches provided with automatic reset, the liquid separator and an additional solenoid on the delivery line.
Defrosting is of the hot gas type.
Installation is quick and easy: the buffer application on the wall requires a single hole where the evaporating part will be inserted, leaving the rest of the monoblock outside, avoiding reductions to the room internal volume.
The mounting kit is included as part of the delivery.
The standard equipment includes the electronic control panel which allows continuous and centralized monitoring of the operating process as well as easy setting using the controls on the front side of the body.
The connection to the light and to the micro-port complete the profile of a versatile and efficient refrigerating machine which can be easily manageable both during installation and operation.
For a detailed view of the options available for this series, please refer to the video catalog.