Absorption Cooling at Thermax Profetherm

Triple Effect Steam Absorption Chiller
Triple Effect Steam Absorption Chiller

Thermax Profetherm offers Lithium Bromide absorption machines as a cost effective alternative to electricity-driven compression chillers. Our VAMs (vapour absorption machines) are extensively used in a variety of industries as well as commercial buildings for process-cooling and air-conditioning.

Thermax Profetherm VAMs (vapour absorption machines) are designed to be driven by a variety of heat sources – steam, hot water, gas/liquid fuels, exhaust gases or a combination of these fuels. These machines offer an outlet temperature of 1ºC with water and up to -5ºC with brine, a rare feat in the industry.
We also offer Ammonia VAMs (vapour absorption machines) and Hybrid chillers for sub-zero applications, which are driven by multi-fuels like steam, hot water, engine exhaust and gaseous fuels.
With our vast experience of customising VAMs (vapour absorption machines) for varied applications and an in-depth understanding of varied fuels, we have established our credentials with over 5000 installations worldwide. We are proud to be the only company in the world to offer absorption based cooling and heating solutions for temperature profile ranging from -40ºC to 160ºC.
Thermax Profetherm is a leading exporter of VAMs (vapour absorption machines) to countries like USA, UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Turkey, Russia, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Iran, Nigeria, Australia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and Bangladesh.
As a global player, Thermax has singularly focussed on improving absorption technology from the twin angles of reliability and efficiency. Thermax’s expertise in integrating energy systems to provide total solution to the customer gives us the cutting-edge over other players.

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