The cooling circuit provides the necessary cooling effect. The refrigerant compressor drives the cooling circuit. Depending on the application requirements, the chiller will contain an air or water cooled condenser.
- In most cases, one or more fans supply air through a condenser. The heat removed from the carrier then enters the atmosphere as warm air. Although such a chiller is a completely independent device that does not require any additional components, it will heat the atmosphere and generate a higher noise level from the fans.
- Where there is a source of cooling water, heat from the condenser can be removed to this stream. As a rule, these can be centralized plumbing machines or raw water supply systems (for example, ground or river water). If necessary, a secondary circuit with a closed circuit can be introduced to isolate water, which is potentially corrosive to the refrigeration unit. The warm water returned from the chiller can then be used for other purposes, which reduces overall energy consumption. Water-cooled chillers are quieter and require no air circuit maintenance, but require additional components to function.
Active liquid-cooled products offer a wide range of features, options, and customization options.
- Electronic temperature control with standard on / off control.
– Hot gas bypass option for high-precision temperature control
– Optional temperature control based on a remote sensor, for example, integrated into the machine
- Integrated Coolant Circulation Pump
– valves with automatic mechanical pressure control, if required by the application.
– Optional speed control for continuous automatic pressure or flow control.
- Providing multiple coolant circuits with flow control valves, indicators and sensors to integrate functions in multi-circuit machines.
- Chiller housing according to customer requirements
– for example, integration into a standard cabinet system prepared for connection with other enclosures in the machine.
- Advanced fault monitoring
- Communication with processes using a number of standard protocols – RS-485, Modbus / IO-Link / Ethernet-based
- Variable speed fans to reduce noise.
- Variable Speed BLDC Compressor and Electronic Expansion Valve
– Highly efficient system with great energy savings
– Stable and accurate temperatures over a wide range of cooling capacities
– Wide range of operating voltages