The standard control panel can be directly connected to a building automated system via the standard factoryinstalled RS232 communication port. In addition to the high-efficiency units, QTC3 chillers are available in standard efficiency models with smaller footprints and lower capital costs. QTC3 high-efficiency chillers, with their innovative control algorithms, offer industry-leading energy efficiency. Real-world energy efficiency is measured by IPLV (off-design) performance, and QTC3 chillers provide some of the best IPLVs in their class.
This is an outdoor weather rated unit, although we see users install indoors too. This unit requires you have your own process pump/reservoir arrangement. If the unit is to run year round in a cold weather climate, a low ambient option will need to added/quoted. Depending on your process requirements and temperature, you will get about 11 to 14 tons of cooling out of this chiller. See our run off videos below of similar unit already shipped to customer. Arrived at KIG in March 2016 was this excellent condition 2001 Milacron-Advantage-Temptek 10 ton Portable & Packaged Air Cooled Chiller.
We run and test prior to shipping, and offer right of return. Ideal for manufacturing, but possible for brewery also if you have 460/480V power. Arrived at KIG in April 2016 was this Nice Advantage Air Cooled Chiller. This 1.5 hp unit has a brand new stainless process pump installed by us, an internal reservoir, and a brazed/plate heat exchanger. Chiller was run and tested extensively, as well as added new insulation.
Given the annual temperature range in this area, the savings were readily apparent. Whenever the outside air temperature falls below 70 °F, the return chilled glycol solution is automatically diverted through the integrated Free Cooling coils of the chiller. These coils are located across the inlet-air side of the air-cooled condensers and use the condenser fans to pre-cool the return glycol. As the ambient temperature falls, the pre-cooling increases – until at approximately 20 °F below the supply glycol temperature – the chiller operates entirely without compressors. Everyone wants their energy systems to be energy efficient, but you should know that chiller efficiency is calculated differently between the different types.
Thermonics® offers a range of process chillers for low (-40°C) and ultra-low (-100°C) temperature cooling. Products include air- and water-cooled chillers, and cryogenic chillers for cooling gasses and fluids. Chillers are compatible with a variety of heat transfer fluids delivering cooling capacities up to 25kW at -90°C, satisfying demands for industrial and mil/aero applications. We are a USA based manufacturer with ISO and ITAR registrations.
When both of these parameters are optimized the energy savings are increased proportionally. Berg engineers work with you to custom design the outdoor air cooled chiller that will meet your economic and functional needs. Vapor-compressionrefrigeration is one of the many refrigeration cycles available for use. Used in commercial refrigerators, large-scale warehouses for storage of foods and meats and a host of other commercial and industrial services. Oil refineries, petrochemical and chemical processing plants, and natural gas processing plants are among the many types of industrial plants that often utilize large vapor-compression refrigeration systems. The cooling process begins when water enters the evaporator from the primary return where heat is transferred from the water to the refrigerant.
See Figure 3 for a typical primary/secondary loop piping arrangement. A differential pressure sensor typically located two-thirds of the way downstream in the longest pipe run in the building loop; it will control the speed of the secondary pump. When the control valves at the coils begin to close, the pressure in the building loop will increase, which slows down the speed of the secondary pump to counter the building’s decreased cooling demand. The chilled water pumps are arranged in a primary/secondary arrangement or in a variable/primary pump arrangement, which is the most common arrangement for individual building system designs.