Posted: December 17, 2019|Categories: Blog|
Countless industrial processes generate heat energy as a by-product. Given that most manufacturing processes require specific operating temperatures, the heat generated by process reactions may have undesirable consequences for finished products or process equipment.
To achieve maximal productivity, heat-generating manufacturing processes will require suitable temperature regulation which can be done using different types of chillers.
Among the most popular cooling options are process chillers and heat, ventilation and conditioning (HVAC) chillers. The key differences between both systems are highlighted in this article.
What Is an HVAC System?
An HVAC system is a thermal regulatory device
Posted: December 03, 2019|Categories: Blog|
The global demand for industrial process cooling remains at a steady high. Reliability and minimal downtime are key to consistent and profitable industrial and commercial processes.
This article will consider the best methods to attain the optimal temperatures required to operate production processes in the metal finishing, medical, brewing, and agricultural industries.
How Does A Chiller Function?
So, how does a chiller work? The process works in a loop, but we will start where the cooling medium interfaces with your process equipment.
The system’s coolant absorbs thermal energy from your process, typically causing a phase change into a gas. The gaseous refrigerant is then circulated to a