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Barry Brown & Sons - New & Used Stainless Steel Tanks, Industrial Water Chillers, Chiller Systems & Associated Equipment

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Our extensive product range includes: Stainless Steel Tanks, Heating & Cooling Systems, Stainless Steel Fittings, Wash (CIP) Systems, Heat Reclaim Systems & 3 Phase Power Converters
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How to Size an Industrial Water Chillers

Size your chiller correctly to suit your industrial process. An undersized industrial water chiller will not sufficiently cool your machinery, while an overs...
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Chiller - Wikipedia

A chiller is a machine that removes heat from a liquid via a vapor-compression or absorption refrigeration cycle. This liquid can then be circulated through a heat exchanger to cool air or equipment as required. As a necessary byproduct, refrigeration creates waste heat that must be exhausted to ambient or, for greater efficiency, recovered for heating purposes. Concerns in design and selection of chillers include performance, efficiency, maintenance, and product life cycle environmental impact.

In air conditioning systems, chilled water is typically distributed to heat exchangers, or coils, in air handling units or other types of terminal devices which cool the air in their respective space(s), and then the water is re-circulated back to the chiller to be cooled again. These cooling coils transfer sensible heat and latent heat from the air to the chilled water, thus cooling and usually dehumidifying the air stream. A typical chiller for air conditioning applications is rated between 15 and 1500 tons (180,000 to 18,000,000 BTU/h or 53 to 5,300 kW) in cooling capacity, and at least one manufacturer can produce chillers up to 6,000 tons of cooling. Chilled water temperatures can range from 35 to 45 degrees Fahrenheit (1.5 to 7 degrees Celsius), depending upon application requirements.[1]

In industrial application, chilled water or other liquid from the chiller is pumped through process or laboratory equipment. Industrial chillers are used for controlled cooling of products, mechanisms and factory machinery in a wide range of industries. They are often used in the plastic industry in injection and blow molding, metal working cutting oils, welding equipment, die-casting and machine tooling, chemical processing, pharmaceutical formulation, food and beverage processing, paper and cement processing, vacuum systems, X-ray diffraction, power supplies and power generation stations, analytical equipment, semiconductors, compressed air and gas cooling. They are also used to cool high-heat specialized items such as MRI machines and lasers, and in hospitals, hotels and campuses.

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What You Should Know About Industrial Chillers

What You Should Know About Industrial Chillers | Industrial Chillers | Scoop.it
Industrial chillers are cooling system which can be provided with both oxygen or water cooled condensers which is built to remove warmth from liquid. The liquid can be water or even a glycol combination that is displayed via a heat exchanger.
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How to Calculate Ton Capacity of Chillers

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A chiller uses a refrigeration cycle to cool water. This chilled water then cools a larger area, such as a factory floor. Cooling equipment in this matter increases its efficiency by providing a steady thermal environment.
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