How does a water chiller work
In the working process of a water chiller, the materials get drawn from the tank,and then get pumped through the chiller. After getting pumped through the chiller, the materials go back to the tank. A water cooled chiller can be used in industrial field, but a air cooled chiller can not be used at the same applications.
What is the difference between chilled water and condenser water
Chilled water is the water that is made by a chiller. In the mean time, condenser water is the water that is made by a condenser. These two kinds of water have no difference between the two. They are both made through cooling systems.
The difference between chilled water and condenser water is that these two have different applications. For example, a chilled water system is used to absorb heat energy from within a building or process in order to cool the building or process down, however, a condenser water system is used to remove that heat energy from the building and reject it to the atmosphere. Therefore, with this difference, people should pay attention to which application you are applying to. So you could choose the right cooling system to operate. And a good maintenance is also important for using a cooling system.
What is a water chiller used for
A water cooled chiller can be divided into internal water cooled chillers and external water cooled chillers. A water cooled chiller can be used in industrial field. It is used for the controlled cooling of products, machines and mechanisms in various industries. The applications of a air cooled chiller are different from the applications of a water cooled chiller. So users need to know the specific details of instruction about when to use a water cooled chiller and a air cooled chiller.
What is chilled water used for
The chilled water is used as a refrigerant to chill the buildings by removing heat energy from the buildings. The chilled water get circulated through a chilled water loop and coils located in air handlers.
What temperature is condenser water
Generally, there is a comparison with the average of the the entering water temperature and the leaving water temperature and an average 90°F if you designed it to operate at 95°F/85°F.