Delta using Aqua-Air for yacht project

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Delta Marine Industries of Seattle is partnering with Aqua-Air Manufacturing of Hialeah, Fla., to outfit its 164-foot yacht project.

Aqua-Air will supply a 60-ton, 720,000 Btu air conditioning system to the project, similar to the system it provided for Delta's Happy Days yacht, another 164-footer.

The chiller is custom-designed to fit the engine room with the electrical panel mounted for ease of operation. The system is controlled by the exclusive Aqua-Air PLC/Touchscreen System that allows the operator to monitor all aspects of the system including water temperatures and refrigerant pressures on individual stages.

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