Water Chiller Unit Use For CIRCULATING WATER THROUGH A/C
In air conditioning systems, chilled water is usually distributed to heat exchangers, or coils in air handling units, or other types of terminal equipment to cool in their respective spaces (S of air), and then the cooling water is redistributed back to the cooling being cooled. . These cooling coils transfer sensible and latent heat from the air to chilled water, and therefore, typically dehumidify the cooling air stream. A typical air-conditioning unit application has a cooling capacity rated at 15 to 1,500 tons (180,000 18,000,000 BHP / h or 53 to 5,300 kW). The chilled water temperature ranges from 35 to 45 degrees Fahrenheit or 1.5 to 7 degrees C, depending on the application needs.