Water cooled chiller take heat from processing water, and the heat is then discharged to the water resource. This type of water chiller system features high efficiency and stability. They can cool down fluid temperature easily so water cooled chillers are also widely used in many applications.
Water-Cooled Process chillers are available from 5-500 tons and utilize both shell & tube and brazed plate evaporators and condensers. Process water/glycol temperatures are available from -5F – 65F with varying condenser water temperatures from 45F to 105F on request. Most of our water-cooled process chillers are installed indoors but consult our Application Engineers for outdoor rated packages.
Air cooled chiller system exchange heat from processing water, and the heat is then transferred to the air outside. This type of air chiller system is widely used where the water resource is insufficient or the water quality is not very good. The most convenient is that cooling tower is not required for air cooled chiller system, so it is easy for installation.
CUMOND have a vast experience with low-temp chillers for every process need. Whether you need calcium chloride chilled to -29°F or fuel chilled to -22°F we are here to help you complete that task. Many chiller companies do not want to work with the complexity of low-temp chillers. However, we understand the many challenges of low temp chilling, including the impact of fluid viscosity, pump selection, oil flow parameters, etc. We take the time to understand your process and operating condition before making an equipment selection.
Each process cooling application is unique and because of that,CUMOND has the ability to design its air-cooled chillers to meet each client’s needs. Process water/glycol temperatures can be selected from -5F to 65F. A refrigeration system can be designed utilizing Centrifugal, Screw or Scroll compressors based on project profile and design points. Available options include integrated Free-Cooling Systems, Heat Recovery Systems Pump Packages, Storage tanks, Low Ambient Kits, High Ambient Kits and costal corrosion resistant designs.