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Chillers

Industrial Chillers

GC 3,7 - 135 kW

Universal chillers, cooling capacity 3.7 to 135kW

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AXEVO 34,3 - 238 kW

Medium-sized modular chillers. Version with integrated free-cooling section also available. Cooling capacity of 34.5 to 238 kW

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DY-NAX и ADY-NAX 15 - 691 kW

High-efficiency chillers with air-cooled condenser. Cooling capacity of 115 to 691 kW

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NAX 188 - 1108 kW

Big modular chillers. Cooling capacity of 188 to 1108 kW

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TFC 188 - 701 kW

Big modular chillers with integrated free-cooling section. Cooling capacity of 188 to 701 kW

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Dcooler и ADcooler 63 - 1220 kW

Dry coolers and adiabatic dry coolers (dry cooling tower). Cooling capacity of 63 to 1220 kW

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The word “Chiller” is rather a mystery for everyday people. Yet the design, principle of operation, peculiarities and advantages of these machines are not fully understood even by those, who ran across such systems or look to buy one.

Essentially, by its operating principlea chiller is a heat engine intended for changing the temperature of a liquid medium. In most instances it means water cooling, hence their field of application – air conditioning and climate control systems.

Apart from their conventional use chiller systems are also used to solve a broad spectrum of industrial and local tasks, where cooling down to temperature near water’s freezing point is required. For example, in certain climatic regions ground cooling is the one and the only way to build roads and buildings. Chillers are actively used in engineering, metal processing, pharmaceutical, chemical, food, and alcohol industries, to name a few.

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Chiller classification

Chillers can be classified by combination of their key specifications:

 

  • Design versions:
    - The design heavily depends on the field of application. They can be installed inside or outside the building, in the basement, on the roof (air chiller or air-cooled chiller) or in an adjacent enclosure. Therefore, such chillers will have completely different requirements for noise emission, climatic tolerance, and compatibility with available utilities.
  • Compressor type:
    - centrifugal,
    - screw,
    - scroll,
    - reciprocating.
  • Heat transfer fluid cooling method:
    water cooling,
    - air cooling,
    - combined.
  • Power output:
    The systems are conventionally divided into industrial and non-industrial ones with power output of up to 500 kW and above 500 kW, respectively. However various chillers are in demand in different industries, and even a relatively low-power chiller can sometimes be successfully used in production process.

Some experts also distinguish universal chillers. In this category chillers by Eurochiller GC really stand out from the crowd. By installing a Eurochiller you can solve a number of different tasks.

These machines can be classified by their size, e.g. medium-sized AXEVO chillers, big NAX modular chillers, etc.

Industrial chillers

High efficiency and possibility to use heat emitted from other technological processes made industrial chillers a must-have in many production industries. They are based on either of the two main principles: absorbtion or vapor compression.

 

Operating principle of absorbtion chillers:

The main heat source for absorption chillers is heated water or air, abundant at any production facility. These heat carriers reach the generator housing a complex working fluid with low boiling temperature. The heat source makes the working fluid boil and separate into a liquid absorbent and a vaporous refrigerant. Refrigerant vapor is carried into the condenser, where it takes heat from the ambient medium, gets back into the liquid phase, and is absorbed by the absorbent. This solution allows spending power only on working fluid pumping, which results in minimal power consumption to reach the required result.

Operating principle of vapor compression industrial chillers:

 

The vapor compression type uses a relatively simple working fluid. The work cycle is that of a classic heat engine: heating-compression-cooling-expansion. The vapor compression variant requires a little bit more power consumption, but its design is more straightforward, it is easier to set up, has a wider adjustment range, and generally is less expensive. These chillers can use Tosol (ethylene glycol-based coolant), water and various aqueous solutions can serve as the working fluid.

Chiller – industrial heat re-distribution machine

As any other heat engine it can not only cool, but heat as well. Indeed, the most functional machine can not only take heat but also transfer it to a heat carrier or take and give heat away simultaneously, as necessary. This solution will contribute to overall efficiency of an industrial production facility.

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What is the price and where to buy a chiller

Buying such an expensive machine as a chiller is rational only if the scope of work is properly defined and adequate calculations have been performed. If these criteria are met, this equipment will bring a cost advantage vastly outweighing procurement, installation and maintenance costs combined.

The recently adopted “heat pump” term perfectly reflects the essence of action: the machine spends energy not on heat generation or cooling, but on heat transfer from heat source to the consumer.

It comes as no surprise that generally the higher the price of a chiller, the better functionality it can offer. And its service life also depends on proper chiller installation, which should be performed by appropriately trained professionals.

Before buying a chiller take time to choose appropriate specifications: working capacity, hydromodule presence/absence, heat generator and condenser design, climatic version, etc. The expert team of AP-Project can help you choose the best chiller perfectly matching your needs. Systems capable of both cooling and heating are the most complex and, therefore, the most expensive. They constitute a part of microclimate formation system and completely replace central heating and air conditioning system.

You can indeed post a “Looking to buy a chiller” ad, but who can guarantee that the machine you get would be of good quality and in working condition? So if you need an industrial-grade chiller at a reasonable price please call us at +7 (800) 700-38-41 (free calls from Russia), or contact any of our regional offices in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod,Yekaterinburg, Kazan or Samara.

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