Midea VRF Going Global, Sets Sail for Jakarta-Bandung High-speed Railway
The G20 Bali Summit presented the latest construction results of the Jakarta-Bandung High-speed Railway (HSR), the first high-speed railway in Southeast Asia. With a total length of 142 kilometers and a maximum design speed of 350 kilometers per hour, marking that Indonesia has entered the "high-speed rail era". Midea provides professional HVAC solutions and the most intimate services and sends "Midea Coolness" for Jakarta-Bandung HSR with 126 ODUs and 705 IDUs of Midea VC Pro.
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Midea VC Pro VRFs have been used in Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed Railway (HSR), Dubai Expo and many other overseas projects. (Graphic: Business Wire)
The HVAC project is vital equipment support for Jakarta-Bandung HSR. Jakarta-Bandung Railway is located in the tropical rainforest climate zone of Java Island and is influenced by the equatorial climate. The operator of the HSR needs a reliable and stable central air conditioning system to adapt to the high temperature and high humidity working conditions without downtime and effectively maintain the constant temperature of the HSR building space.
With a leading position in the global HVAC industry, Midea Building Technologies provides Jakarta-Bandung HSR professional air conditioning solutions. The multi-fluid chip liquid cooling technology can cool the electric control parts in time, and about 8 degrees can reduce the average temperature of the electric control parts, which can maintain strong cooling in high-temperature environments. In terms of corrosion resistance, the VC Pro VRFs ODUs can still operate stably under the severe corrosion of salt pollution environment by simulating experimental tests.
Besides facing the problems of a large construction area and high population flow in the HSR station, Site 4, which Midea MBT won the bid for, containing six building types such as station buildings, apartment buildings, etc., is the most complex site for the installation of central air conditioning for the Jakarta-Bandung HSR. Moreover, in Indonesia, the procurement of installation materials for the project was restricted in many ways. All aspects had to be evaluated in the process of selection. The air conditioning design plan was also updated again and again and refined over and over again. Finally, the optimal quality and efficiency of the HVAC installation project were achieved with the combination of multi-type design and multi-layout form.
Midea VC Pro VRFs have also been used in Dubai Expo and many other overseas projects. Now, Midea Building Technologies has localized its sales and service networks in the international market, forming a comprehensive layout from core technology, and original products to differentiated customized solutions.
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