Unit has a 37 gallon tank, uses R407c refrigerant, and we set these up for 48°F to 80°F process temps. The thermodynamic cycle of an absorption chiller is driven by a heat source; this heat is usually delivered to the chiller via steam, hot water, or combustion. Compared to electrically powered chillers, an absorption chiller has very low electrical power requirements – very rarely above 15 kW combined consumption for both the solution pump and the refrigerant pump. However, its heat input requirements are large, and its COP is often 0.5 (single-effect) to 1.0 (double-effect). For the same cooling capacity, an absorption chiller requires a much larger cooling tower than a vapor-compression chiller.
Arrived at KIG in September 2016 was this perfect late model 40 ton Air Cooled Chiller. It has been professionally de-commissioned and has silver soldered caps on the both the chiller side and condenser side refrigerant lines. Each of the 4 condenser fans have adjustable pressure-based fan switching to tweak your outdoor year-round cooling needs even in low ambient. KIG has confirmed with Arcti Chill service that this unit can be adjusted to 28°F Glycol fluid temps with some Carel controller setting adjustments. The indoor section of the chiller features a robust shell/tube exchanger, dual 20hp Copeland Compressors, an insulated 250 gallon reservoir, and a 5 hp process pump. Arrived at KIG in March 2015 was this nice 30 ton Carrier Aquasnap Air Cooled Chiller.
It is 460 volt, and has been in storage for a good part of its life. Currently stored in Florida location and we encourage an inspection prior to purchase. Arrived at KIG in October 2014 was this immaculate and well maintained Trane CGAM series 90 ton Air Cooled Chiller. Unit has less than 9500 total run hours, and see the low hours per compressor below.
In the condenser of the chiller, the heat is transferred to the condenser water, or directly to the outside air (we’ll talk more about this below). Chilled water systems are used in medium and large-sized buildings. Chiller plants act as a centralized cooling system that provides cooling for an entire building or even multiple buildings. This is because it is often more practical to centralize air conditioning equipment in one location rather than install many pieces of equipment in many different places. All chillers transmit sounds, but air-cooled chillers use fans that make noise. If noise is an issue for you, you might want to go with a water-cooled chiller.
With colder temps, the refrigeration compressors unload until they are no longer required, and the full cooling capacity is provided by the condenser-fan alone. An air cooled chiller is a machine that removes heat from a liquid via a vapor-compression cycle. Air cooled chillers are directly cooled by ambient air being mechanically circulated directly through the machine’s condenser coil to expel heat to the atmosphere.
United Rentals now offers a contactless drive-up service to safely and efficiently pick up the equipment you need. Constant or variable primary flow systems with factory installed motorized or manual valve packages. Although we do not have a featured product page, Smart Family also hasWater Cooled Screw Chillers available.
It is 208/230 volt, 3 phase power, scroll compressor, R410a refrigerant, and 44°F+ fluid/glycol “standard” temperature range. Consult with us if 28°F glycol temps needed or if it’s for a brewery. It is outdoor rated and has an insulated tank and a 2 hp process pump.
Federal Acquisition Regulation Part 23.206 requires agencies to insert the clause at FAR section 52. into contracts and solicitations that deliver, acquire, furnish, or specify energy-consuming products for use in federal government facilities. To comply with FAR requirements, FEMP recommends that agencies incorporate efficiency requirements into both the technical specification and evaluation sections of solicitations.
Both water-cooled and air-cooled chiller rentals are available in sizes from 10 to 1,000 tons. Products meeting FEMP-designated efficiency requirements may not be life cycle cost-effective in certain low-use applications or in locations with very low rates for electricity or natural gas. However, for most applications, purchasers will find that energy-efficient products have the lowest life cycle cost.
We design, deliver, install and even monitor safe and efficient rental solutions. Short term, long term, chiller, generator, or portable AC unit, we have the fleet and people where and when you need them. Explore the full portfolio of air-cooled chillers offered by Trane. American Panel’s modular blast chillers and shock freezers are the perfect solution for an existing kitchen looking to add a chilling regimen. The report examines the trends observed in the market, along with prevailing factors and market appeal with regard to different segments.