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Aircraft Pre Conditioned Air

CIAT has been in the air conditioning and pre-conditioned air business for more than 70 years and offers high quality units for all aircraft applications.  CIAT Airport solutions for airport facilities, passenger bridges and aircraft guarantee:

  • optimum comfort for passengers aboard aircraft
  • energy savings
  • less noise pollution and unpleasant smells
  • optimised use of APUs (Auxiliary Power Units)
  • greater environmental protection
  • powerful central system
  • particularly suited to hot, humid climates
  • Units available in two parts for easy installation in mechanical rooms
  • meets CE standards and IATA AHM 973 and 974

They are available in three ranges of units:

  • ADX units 100% electric - fixed or mobile at the Point-Of-Use
  • ACW units used with glycol/water cooled from a central plant
  • ADW hybrid units equipped with a direct-expansion heat exchangerand used with water cooled from a central plant (no glycol)

AHU-type preconditioned air unit for heating, cooling and ventilation of parked aircraft (while on a ramp, in a hanger or at an assembly plant). Designed for installation indoors in mechanical rooms or outdoors on the ground or to the underside of passenger bridges. No special weather protection is required if installed outdoors.

 


Fixed or mobile ADX (Point Of Use) - 100% electrical units

Hybrid-type preconditioned air unit (chilled water from building + direct expansion) for heating, cooling and ventilation of parked aircraft (while on a ramp, in a hanger or at an assembly plant). Designed for installation indoors in mechanical rooms or outdoors on the ground or to the underside of passenger bridges. No special weather protection is required if installed outdoors.

Connected to a glycol-free central chilled-water system:

  • Uses environmentally friendly, non-ozone-depleting R-410A refrigerant
  • Excellent energy efficiency: high-efficiency refrigerant and high-performance exchangers and compressors
  • Easy to install in mechanical rooms
  • LCD mounted on unit as standard allows for easy maintenance
  • 50 Hz design as standard
  • Meets CE standards and IATA AHM 973 and 974

Melbourne Airport has installed these units in November 2009.

Mobile ADX (Point Of Use)

Essai

Fixed ADX (Point Of Use)

ADX and mobile ADX

                                                                       ADW Units

Self-contained, preconditioned air unit (direct expansion) for heating, cooling and ventilation of parked aircraft. Designed as standard for installation outdoors at point of use (POU) without any special weather protection.

Features:

  • Flexibility of a self-contained system (POU)
  • Designed for renovation projects and airports with fewer than 10 passenger bridges
  • Uses environmentally friendly, non-ozone-depleting R-134A and R-407C refrigerants
  • Particularly designed for mounting underneath a passenger bridge
  • LCD mounted on unit as standard allows for easy maintenance
  • 50 Hz design as standard
  • Meets European standards and IATA AHM 973 and 974
ACW

ACW units
combined with a centralised
production of glycoled water

ADW


Hybrid ADW type units with direct
expansion exchangers and combined
with a centralised non-glycoled system
(chilled water from the building)


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