What is a water cooled chiller?

A water cooled chiller is a refrigeration system that is used to cool liquids in a wide range of commercial and industrial facilities. Within the chiller are contained the essential components: an evaporator, a condenser, a compressor and an expansion valve.
Water cooled chillers are often used in industrial settings to keep mechanical equipment cool while it is being used. Because a chiller creates such powerful and efficient cooling, it can be installed in close proximity to a machine that might otherwise overheat and malfunction after repeated or continuous use. This cooling process makes factories more efficient and prevents unnecessary damage or equipment failure.
Applications of Water Cooled Chiller
1.The process of water cooling used in a chiller is also very similar to the process used for residential and commercial air conditioning units to cool a room or an entire building.
2.High efficiency chillers are now being manufactured to provide the same benefits without dramatically rising energy costs in commercial facilities.
3.Municipal utility providers also make use of industrial water cooled chillers to cool large systems and major public building complexes within a district.
4.The benefit of a water cooled chiller in a factory is that it helps create a precise and highly controllable environment where thermal concerns can be managed.
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