Know How Turbo Chillers Using Water As A Refrigerant

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Published on March 3, 2014

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Turbo chillers are the heat source equipments used in centralized air conditioning of buildings , cooling in heat supply business, factory air conditioning which manufacture electronic devices, residential buildings and process cooling of chemical plants.

Search by Author, Title or Content Article Content Home Submit Articles Author Guidelines Publisher Guidelines Content Feeds RSS Feeds Tanya Sharma FAQ Contact Us Know How Turbo Chillers Using Water As A Refrigerant in Technology / Electronics by Tanya Sharma (submitted 2014-03-03) The use of water as a refrigerant is an environmental friendly new technology for industrial chillers. Since water is a natural refrigerant which is harmless to nature and man, it can said to be a good refrigerant specially if we consider other refrigerants that cause harm to the environment. RSS Feed Report Article Publish Article Print Article Add to Favorites Turbo chillers are the heat source equipments used in centralized air conditioning of buildings, cooling in heat supply business, factory air conditioning which manufacture electronic devices, residential buildings and process cooling of chemical plants. The Application of chillers hence is usually justified when used for a fairly large area like these which require constant and effective cooling. The key components of turbo chillers is the compressor. Centrifugal compressors are used in Turbo Chillers as these machines have capacity to produce chilled water ranging from 350 kW to 7000 kW. Turbo chiller have a very high efficiency. It is a future type turbo chiller for which pro-environmental refrigerant is applied. The use centrifugal compressors plays a major role in saving energy significantly in a year long operation. The chiller power inputs can be electronically limited to match site restrictions, which makes them the ideal replacement solution. In chillers, the cooling water, the refrigerant and the chilled water are same agent which need no special treatment. Therefore, direct heat exchangers are used that allow higher coeffient of performance. Few benefits of using turbo chillers in HVAC's are summed up below: 1. Reduced energy consumption: This require very less energy and are energy efficient. These require 30 to 50 per cent less energy as compared to conventional systems based on screw, scroll or reciprocating technology. The best part about these energy saving chillers is no compromise with cooling. 2. Reduced Refrigerant Leakage: Refrigerant leakage is a consequence of poor design or maintenance of plant. These leaks are unnecessary and costly. Turbo chillers are designed in such a way that the user encounters zero leakage, which is achieved by reducing the number of components and joints in the system. 3. Reduced Maintenence: Due to the oil-free design and limited number of moving parts, oil change is not required and much reduced servicing is required. The technology is user friendly and cost effective. 4. Compact and Light-weighted: The chiller packs a lot of cooling power into a small space. The compressor weighs just 125. This helps in reducing load on rooftop and sites the chillers in even tight spaces. 5. Excellent part load efficiency: The use of variable speed drive enables chiller output to be finely controlled between 15% to 100% of capacity, enabling cooling to match to the load. 6. Very Quite Operations: Noise has been an issue especially with the introduction of air conditioning in buildings and resedential areas. The design of the turbo chiller is such that it remains free from vibrations. 7. Low start-up current: The turbo chiller requires just 5 Amps, saving cost and maintening headroom for other essential services. So we see that turbo chillers are a boon to HVAC industry. About the Author The author is a technical expert and experienced in energy management. The articles in this series majorly focus on environmental friendly techniques used in cooling an drefrigeration and energy conservation. For more information visit: http://www.zamilacindia.com/ Use and distribution of this article is subject to our Publisher Guidelines whereby the original author's information and copyright must be included. Article Directory About FAQ Contact Us Advanced Search Privacy Statement Disclaimer GoArticles.com © 2014, All Rights Reserved. Generated with www.html-to-pdf.net Page 1 / 1

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