Geoclima Achieves AHRI ACCL Certification

After achieving the AHRI WCCL certification for water cooled range of chillers at the beginning of this year, Geoclima has just obtained the AHRI ACCL certification, for air cooled chillers.

Applying to the ACCL program (Air-Cooled Water-Chilling Package), Geoclima’s air cooled chiller range has earned the trusted AHRI Certified® mark, with the sole exception of evaporative systems and free cooling series. These are excluded from the certification program, but includes Circlemiser, the new ultra-high efficient series of Geoclima air cooled chillers.

AHRI certification is considered worldwide to be the major standard, and the most trusted source of performance certification for heating, air conditioning, water heating and commercial refrigeration equipment. In fact, although it is not mandatory, AHRI certification is very often a specified requirement by consulting engineers, building owners and contractors everywhere, from Australia to the U.S.A. Tests have been carried at a third Party’s laboratory under contract to AHRI.

The AHRI Certification of both water cooled and air-cooled chillers represents a step forward in our international growth, recently strengthened with the establishment of Geoclima USA, Inc.


About Geoclima

Geoclima is an Italian company with more than 20 years of experience in the HVAC sector, specialized in the design and production of non-standard chillers for applications in air conditioning and refrigeration systems, with particular attention to quality and environment. Established in 1994 in Italy, Geoclima has continued to expand worldwide and now it can count on production facilities in Italy, Russia and Thailand and sales and service offices in Italy, Austria, Russia and Australia. Geoclima group also includes companies specialized in production of AHUs, heat exchangers and flanges. This presence in different countries and in different areas of HVAC makes it possible for Geoclima to provide complete service and turnkey solutions.

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