A chiller is a cooling mechanism designed to produce a fluid that can be cooled by removing heat from the fluid. The type and use of a chiller depends on the temperature required and the type of refrigerant, which can be either a liquid or a gas. Cooling fluids are used to cool rooms or equipment.
Commercial buildings use heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to dehumidify and cool the building. Modern commercial buildings seek efficient HVAC systems and components as part of a broader initiative centred on building performance and sustainability. Building occupants have an equally high expectation that HVAC systems will perform as expected. Creating a comfortable internal environment regardless of the building's external conditions.
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Chillers have become an essential HVAC component in a wide range of commercial facilities, including hotels, restaurants, hospitals, sports stadiums, industrial and manufacturing plants.
For many years, the industry has been looking for ways to provide cooling for a variety of manufacturing processes. Although basic air conditioning has been around since the early 1900s, it seemed unable to provide sufficient cooling for large spaces and manufacturing processes. Discoveries at the end of the twentieth century created cooling equipment capable of creating temperatures for cooling processes in a variety of industries.
Industrial operations generate heat through the use of friction, high power equipment and furnaces or ovens. To extend the life of heavy equipment, chillers circulate cooling fluids through the equipment to maintain efficiency and productivity.
On production floors, when equipment is in full operation, temperatures can rise rapidly, creating an unsuitable working environment. To protect the safety of employees, industrial operations use chillers to keep working conditions at the right temperature. Chillers cool the work area with cold air just like an air conditioner. Depending on the building, air-cooled chillers can be installed on top of the building or inside the building.
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Plastic is a very temperature sensitive material that can be damaged by too much heat and needs to be properly cooled. The correct cooling temperature of the mould determines the quality of the final product. Coolers are used to provide a cooling bath that maintains the quality of the plastic product. During the extrusion process, a heat exchanger separates the water from the cooling water in the extrusion process.
The metal plating industry uses high temperature plating or chemical plating in the plating process. Bonding the coating to the metal generates extreme temperatures and requires heavy duty coolers to remove the heat from the plated metal.
Nearly half of all major construction projects have temporary HVAC systems that are rented, installed, operated and maintained to remove temporary heating, ventilation and cooling systems. Builders and contractors use the flexibility of temporary systems to win contracts for their projects.
Heating - new construction during cold weather, replacement equipment or when the heating system fails.
Ventilation - to maintain negative pressure or circulate air in smoke filled areas
Air conditioning - for projects during the summer months, to replace an existing system or when a chiller fails
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