Coolers are an important part of many industrial proces […]
Coolers are an important part of many industrial processes, from cooling metal, plastic, and even food. Many different types of factories use chillers, but the process of selecting the freezer remains unchanged between the factories. Refrigerators can use a variety of refrigerators with different sizes, functions and functions. The factory uses a industrial chiller to select a suitable size cooler and has the correct power for the desired cooling process.
There are several basic steps to choose a cooler for any industrial use. Typically, the freezer company will list the heat removal information for its products. The data includes the watched heat watts or BTU units per hour, the flow of cooling air, and the optimum inlet and outlet temperatures for that particular cooler. Simply insert the data into the data of your chosen machine or process to find the cooler that best suits your needs.
However, in addition to the above process, there are some additional considerations that will ensure that you choose the best chiller from the start.
First, at each degree above 68 ° C, add 1% of the calculated BTU rate. Higher ambient temperatures allow the cooler to be less effective and require greater cooling power.
Second, if your machine is working at 50Hz, an additional 20% additional BTU power is added to the chiller. This frequency is difficult to cool and requires additional power to maintain and lower the object temperature.
Third, add 10% of the BTU level if the plant is at an altitude or the line voltage is always below the rated voltage reading.
Fourth, consider the possibility of future expansion. If you increase the heat output of a machine, you must also increase the cooling power of the cooler. If you have variable calories, select the BTU level that can handle the highest calorie output.