An industrial cooler is a cooling system that removes h […]
An industrial cooler is a cooling system that removes heat from one component (water) and transfers it to another element (ambient air or water).
The cooler is based on the compressor's cooling system, which is similar to air conditioning, except for cooling and controlling the temperature of the liquid rather than the air. The other main components of the cooler are the temperature controller, the circulating pump and the reservoir. Operation and setup is simple. Fill the reservoir with the fluid to be circulated, usually water or a glycol / water mixture. Install a pipe between the chiller and the application and supply power to the chiller. The controller adjusts the chiller function. Once the user according to their own needs to program the refrigerator, you can provide a stable temperature, flow and pressure. Hazardous particles are kept outside the system through an internal filter.
The liquid cooling system on the portable chill caster can be relatively easily repositioned from one application to another. It can be used to cool one or more heaters.
Air-cooled chiller These coolers absorb heat from the process water and can be transferred to the surrounding air. Air-cooled chillers are usually used in the application of additional heat for their emissions. They require less maintenance than water-cooled units and do not require cooling towers and condensate pumps. They typically consume about 10% more power than water-cooled units because the wet surface conveys heat better than the dry surface.
Water-cooled chiller These coolers absorb heat from process water and transfer them to separate sources such as cooling towers, rivers, ponds, and so on. They are commonly used for large-capacity applications where heat generated by air-cooled coolers creates problems. These factors are also taken into account when the cooling tower is in place or the customer needs the best power consumption efficiency. Water-cooled chillers need condensed water to eliminate mineral buildup. Mineral deposits lead to poor heat transfer and reduce the efficiency of the equipment.