Air Cooled Scroll Chiller use special compressors from Copeland, Danfoss & Bitzer.starting from 5TR Capacity up to 20TR Capacity with Single Compressor System, and then after we offer multiple Compressor System, as per requirement. Chillers are available with varied range of Refrigerants like Freon R 22, R 404a, R 407c, R 507, R 134a etc.Chillers are provided with wide operating range, Low Noise, Low Vibration, Low Failure rate, and in compact design and maximum accessibility and total connectivity.The Air-cooled Scroll Chillers are known for high energy efficiency. These are specially designed to work well within the extreme tropical weather conditions. The chillers are tested in compliance with the international standards of the industry. These are operation friendly and easy to install. The chillers come with numerous compressor configurations. Every compressor is backed by an individual refrigeration circuit. This separate refrigeration circuit makes its maintenance easy. The equipment contains fluid pump and storage tank on the skid.
- Reliable and energy efficient compressors
- Environment friendly refrigerant
- Separate refrigeration circuits with every compressor
- Electronic expansion valves for accurate temperature control
- Tested tube evaporators
- Automatic system and easy to operate
- Multiple scroll compressors
- Tandem design option for higher efficiency
- Fully factory charged and pre-wired
- Microprocessor control panel
How Do Air Cooled scroll Chillers Work?
Air Cooled Scroll Chiller actively absorb heat from process water; they then transfer this heat into the air around the chiller unit. This type of unit is typically used in areas where additional heat discharge is not an issue, but instead works as a benefit. For instance, the additional heat can be used to warm a space during the winter for less money than traditional heating systems.
The cycle starts with the evaporator, which has a liquid refrigerant that flows over the evaporator tube bundle where it evaporates. In the process, heat is absorbed from the chilled water circulating through the bundle. The compressor then pulls the refrigerant vapor from the evaporator. The compressor is then tasked with pumping the refrigerant vapor to the condenser, which increases temperature and pressure. The refrigerant condenses when it’s in the condenser tubes, releasing its internal heat to the air or cooling water. The high-pressure liquid then moves through the expansion device and into the evaporator; in the process the refrigerant pressure is reduced along with the temperature. To complete the continuous cycle, the refrigerant flows back over the chilled water coils and absorbs more heat.