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.
Cold Shot Chillers® predictive maintenance Guardian™ app provides email/text notifications for predictive maintenance milestones, technical alarms, fault codes and alerts to nearly eliminate downtime for all of our Air Cooled Chillers.
The term “stationary Air-Cooled chiller” refers to any chiller that does not include a pump or a tank. The main component is a stand-alone chiller unit that must be connected by piping to a pump and a separate reservoir to function.
This system will typically have separate controls for the chiller and the pump or pumps, with an electrical connection for each component. The controls should ideally be wired together, to prevent the chiller from cooling until the circulating pump is operating. The standard Cold Shot Chillers® product offering for stationary chillers included sizes ranging from 2 tons to 200 tons.
Ask about our Cold Shot Chillers® predictive maintenance Guardian™ app. This tool provides email/text notifications for predictive maintenance milestones, technical alarms, fault codes and alerts to nearly eliminate downtime for all our Stationary Air-Cooled Chillers.
Cold Shot Chillers® has a variety of configurations to best fit your application. Whether you need a stationary air cooled chiller, portable air cooled chiller or central air cooled chiller, Cold Shot Chillers® has the solution to all your air cooled chiller needs. We also offer used air cooled chillers to suit your needs.
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