Air-cooled industrial chillers are generally integrated with the evaporator, compressor and condenser. For a slightly higher power air-cooled industrial chiller, it is necessary to consider the heat dissipation problem of the condenser cooling fan during its operation.
In the air-conditioning plant, the whole machine needs to be equipped with an exhaust duct to direct the heat blown by the cooling fan to the outside. Industrial chillers are widely used due to the use of air-cooled chillers in all walks of life, so the number is so numerous. The principle of its nature is a versatile machine that removes liquid vapor through a compression or heat absorption refrigeration cycle.
The steam compression chiller consists of four main components of a vapor compression refrigeration cycle compressor, an evaporator, a condenser, and a partial metering device to achieve different refrigerants.
Air-cooled chiller absorption chillers use water as a refrigerant and rely on water and lithium bromide solution to achieve a strong refrigeration affinity. The cold water circulation system of the compressor unit can be used to set the temperature of the three-roller.
Industrial chillers can be generally divided into water-cooled and air-cooled according to the form of refrigeration. Technically, water-cooling is more than 300-500 kcal/h than air-cooling; water cooling is much lower than air-cooling; Water cooling needs to be included in the cooling tower before it can be used. Air cooling is movable without additional assistance. However, the air-cooled chiller only relies on the fan to dissipate heat, which requires environmental requirements: for example, ventilation, humidity, and temperature cannot be as high as 40 °C. Air pH, etc.