Bus, coach and railway stations require a multitude of heating, cooling, ventilation and refrigeration functions – all of which can be extremely energy intensive. The public transport infrastructure is an area in which the Government recognises that major reductions in carbon emissions must be achieved. An integrated approach to public transport cooling and heating can deliver huge energy savings, thus minimising the environmental footprint and carbon impact of railway, coach and bus stations.
Reducing environmental impact
Integrated solutions for public transport cooling and heating offer a much lower carbon footprint than using independent systems. That’s because an integrated solution can achieve greater energy efficiencies through heat recovery across the whole operation.
High capacity configurations
Daikin chillers are capable of handling the very high capacities required for these complex public transport environments. Daikin offers tailor made configurations capable of delivering very high cooling capacities up to 9,000 kW from a single unit.
Totally customised approach
Energy efficient public transport cooling and heating solutions can be combined with a huge array of options and accessories to create a totally customised solution that delivers reduced annual energy consumption and running costs.
- Inverter technology continually matches load requirements, delivering greater energy efficiency, 1/3rd less start-up time and fewer start/stop cycles.
Economiser technology offers higher capacity in the evaporator without increasing the compressor size
Daikin has a full range of chillers from 5 kW up to 9000 kW, offering superior efficiency for airport HVAC.
For specifiers, Daikin offers expert support, technical assistance and software tools to assist in designing and commissioning the optimum solution.
Daikin offers a single point of contact for the entire solution, simplifying installation, commissioning and maintenance for greater cost-efficiency.