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In recent times there have been major advances and innovations in the design, performance, and efficiency of industrial chiller concepts. The significance of these developments is included in this guide.
When a chiller is introduced into the system, it can bypass the costs and need for a monitored, municipal water supply and wastewater discharge, and contribute to substantial savings within production budgets.
When specifying a chiller installation, a working knowledge of chiller performance factors is crucial to obtaining the right product fit.
The main factors to bear in mind when considering the appropriate cooling fluids for a process are their performance characteristics and their equipment compatibility.
The setpoint temperature will affect the cooling capacity of a chiller. There is a direct relationship between the temperature at which the chiller has been set and its total cooling capacity.
An air-cooled chiller’s ability to dissipate heat is affected by the ambient temperature. In order to maintain the proper ambient air temperature, it is important to provide adequate air circulation space around the chiller. Without proper airflow, recirculation of an inadequate volume of air rapidly heats it up.