How to Care and Maintain an Industrial Chiller

Update:23 Aug 2017
Summary:

Industrial refrigerator is a kind of equipment which re […]

Industrial refrigerator is a kind of equipment which represents large-scale capital investment. It also provides a primary means of operating costs for any type of facility. For many organizations, the refrigeration system is the biggest energy consumer, which is why maintenance is critical to ensure that it is always in a good and effective running state.

Fortunately, the efficiency of cooling installations has been steadily improved owing to significant advances in such areas as refrigerants, unit design and control. Still, regular refrigeration and inspection services are more important than ever. The following are effective recommendations and recommendations on how to maintain and check industrial and cooling machines to ensure their efficiency and service quality.

Leakage is the main reason the cooling system is below normal. If the leak occurs in the unit, this can lead to air and humidity seeping in and trapped in the condenser. Therefore, this may be a reason for cooling units to reduce their efficiency and cooling capacity. Since this can produce acid that corrodes the motor and bearing parts, the moisture must be prevented from entering the freezer. Leakage can also lead to rust in the pipeline, which can negatively affect the heat transfer capacity of the unit.

One problem that prevents the performance of a first-class refrigerator is the efficiency of the cold and heat transfer. There is no doubt that a unit cannot transmit heat directly, directly affecting its overall performance. If the operator often cleans the unit's condenser and evaporator tube, the heat transfer is maintained. While cleaning tubing in a heat exchanger is laborious, it must be done to ensure efficient performance.

Finally, another effective method is to ensure that a well-conditioned refrigerator is a chemical analysis of refrigerants and oils. The process must be conducted on a yearly basis to detect pollution problems, even before any problems become serious. The analysis includes spectrochemical tests of pollutants such as humidity, unwanted air, metals and acids. Refrigerant manufacturers provide industrial chiller analysis for their own products each year.