Air Cooled Chiller

Tipo Heat Exchangers evaporator cooling system division manufacturing includes of Evaporative cooling performance which installed outside of wall, brings fresh air into room by air distribution pipe with lowest power consumption, allows door and windows open, make your workshops and offices, factories cool in hot weather to be possible by paying 80% less power consumption to get best productivity and highest working efficiency.

This dynamic due to changes in external temperature and humidity level. Under typical operating conditions, an evaporative cooler will nearly always deliver air cooler than 27°C (80°F). A typical residential ‘swamp cooler’ in good working order should cool air to within 3–4°C (5–7°F) of the wet-bulb temperature. Tipo Heat Exchangers cooling machines ensure even & continuous water distribution which in turn gives higher cooling efficiency .Water distributor used will not allow circulating water to leak/to fall fan motor or to deviate its flow. Even water distribution will ensure higher cooling.

Air cooled chillers absorb heat from process water, and the heat is then transferred to the air around the chiller unit. This type of chiller system is generally used in applications where the additional heat it discharges is not a factor. In fact, it’s often practical to use the excess heat to warm a plant during the winter, thus providing additional cost savings.

Air Cooled Chillers offered by General Air Products range from fractional (0.25) up to 60 tons in cooling capacity. Our industrial air chillers are available in a variety of configurations – packaged with a pump and tank, portable, stationary, without pumps or tanks and split units. Standard units are in stock and all units are customizable.

An air-cooled chiller has a condenser that is cooled by the environment air. That is all that is necessary. Therefore, theses are perfect for smaller or medium installations. Space is also a consideration of importance in some applications. Meaning, the location where you intend to install the physical unit. Air-cooled chillers tend to utilize open space, such as a parking lot, roof or ground level area. The unit requires less functional space. Water-cooled chillers need a large physical area for installation, including a mechanical room and a place for cooling towers.