How to design a chiller system can reduce the electricity consumption of enterprises

Update:15 Jun 2019

 In the production process of rubber seals, if the temp […]

 In the production process of rubber seals, if the temperature of the chilled water is not well controlled, the quality of the semi-finished products will be damaged, which will cause great losses to the company and even negatively affect the company's brand. In addition, the chiller is the most energy-consuming part of the rubber seal. How to reduce the electricity bill is a problem that manufacturers pay great attention to. So, how can the chiller system design reduce the electricity consumption of the enterprise?

How to control the chilled water temperature and reduce the electricity bill is mainly because the selection of the chiller and the design of the circulatory system are reasonable. When the project is implemented:

1. Because of the influence of production process and outdoor temperature, the amount of chilled water in the production process actually changes greatly. We need to analyze the changes of water consumption in different time periods, and select the number of chillers according to this.

 2. In winter energy-saving design, when the winter temperature is below 15 °C, the cooling tower can be supplied with chilled water through the pipeline switching. At this time, only the cooling tower and the external circulating water pump can be turned on, which reduces the energy consumption of the cooling main unit and the cooling water pump. , greatly saving energy.

3. The circulator and chilled water circulation should adopt double circulation system, so the system operation will be more stable and safe. The double circulation system refers to designing a chilled water insulated water storage tank in the chilled water circulation system, and returning the hot water returned from the production to the water tank. The chiller is cooled from the water tank and then returned to the water tank.

4. The whole chilled water supply system is completely designed to be fully automated, allowing the system load to be automatically matched and automatically switched on and off, completely unattended, reducing staffing and reducing personnel costs.