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HVAC Chillers for Cooling Applications

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The compressor compresses the refrigerant creating a high pressure, superheated gas that the condenser cools to a warm liquid. The thermal expansion valve (TXV) releases the refrigerant into the evaporator, converting the warm liquid to a cool, dry gas. In our systems, a hot gas bypass is used to stabilize the cooling output by allowing the hot gas to warm up the evaporator. This causes a reduction in cooling efficiency, but stabilizes the chilled water temperatures. When water is pumped from the reservoir to the compressor, the chilling cycle begins again.

Our HVAC chillers offer three condenser cooling methods, different cooling specifications and process pump specifications depending on the application requirements. There are three popular condenser cooling methods.

Air cooled chillers use a fan to force air over the condenser coils, while water cooled chillers fill the condenser coils with circulating water. Remote air cooled condenser chillers locate the main part of the chiller in the application area and position the condenser remotely, usually outdoors. We also offer modular chillers which can be configured in different ways based on application requirements. In air conditioning systems, for example, our hvac chillers can be used to pump water to coils in different parts of a building or industrial plant.

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