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Johnson Controls launches new YORK CYK heat pump


Johnson Controls, the global leader for smart, healthy and sustainable buildings, has re-engineered the industry-leading YORK CYK Water-to-Water Compound Centrifugal Heat Pump to deliver superior operational savings and stringent sustainability standards

The newly launched heat pump is now available in a smaller 400-ton capacity and provides a practical, right-sized decarbonisation solution for use in existing commercial building applications. The YORK CYK can reduce water and operational costs by as much as 50% when compared to traditional boiler and chiller applications, and is available with optional ultra-low global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants, R-1234ze and R-515b, to further support decarbonisation and net zero goals

In addition, the heat pump delivers high-temperature hot water up to 170°F by utilising two electric motor-driven centrifugal compressors arranged in series. The design achieves simultaneous hot and chilled water cooling within the same equipment making it three-to-five-times more efficient than a traditional boiler and chiller combination. Moreover, besides reducing carbon emissions, the heat pump delivers significant savings through reduced annual water and operational costs, and a streamlined installation process. 

The YORK CYK heat pump is ideal for medium to large commercial buildings, university campuses, hospitals, industrial processes and district energy applications and can be used in new building or retrofit applications. 

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