$1-Million Navy Contract To Airflow Company For Dockside A / C Units

awarded to the Frederick, Md.- based Airflow Company by the Navy Regional Contracting Center.

The contract, awarded to Airflow's IMP AC Division, calls for the manufacture and delivery of eleven 75- ton air conditioning units. Airflow Company's air conditioners will provide dockside environmental control for construction and maintenance personnel working inside submarines.

The air conditioner is a single pass, portable, eight-stage unloading, self-contained unit with dual independent refrigerant circuits and six-stage electric heat. It provides automatic variable capacity control which requires only initial temperature and mode selection by an operator.

The unit is one of Airflow Company's largest and has a cooling capacity of 900,000 btu/hr total.

Airflow Company provides a full line of custom-designed military and commercial data center climate control equipment. The IMPAC Division designs and produces environmental control equipment capable of withstanding extreme conditions.

IMPAC equipment is built to customer specifications.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 38,  Dec 1986 Washington

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