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Weather Controlling Solutions India Private Limited
Weather Controlling Solutions India Private Limited
Bhosari, Pune, Maharashtra
GST No. 27AABCW5970D1Z8
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Commercial Chiller Plant

Approx. Price: Rs 15,000 / TonneGet Latest Price
Product Details:
Tonnage100 TR
BrandHitachi
Compressor TypeScrew Compressor
Phase3 Phase
MaterialMS
Automation GradeAutomatic
Voltage420V AC
No. Of Compressor1
Frequency Hz60 Hz
Usage/ApplicationCommercial
MountingFloor Mounted
Country of OriginMade in India
Chilling Capacity12000 litres/day

Air and water-cooled chillers are mostly used in commercial and industrial buildings in order to remove excess heat. The main purpose of such chillers is to negate the thermal energy produced by internal and external factors. For example, manufacturing machines and computers generate a large amount of heat and so do many people. External factors include weather conditions, such as direct heat from the sun.

What Are The Two Common Commercial Chiller Types:
There are two popular types of commercial chillers: air-cooled and water-cooled. At ACE Services, besides the above two, we also work with condenserless chillers. The basic construction of the two major chiller types is similar. The main difference lies in which means they use to provide the condenser heat rejection.
  • Air-Cooled Chiller: Air-cooled chillers are the most common type of chiller and are usually sited outside. They can be less energy efficient than water-cooled chillers. These chillers require less installation hassle and are often more budget-friendly.
  • Water-Cooled Chiller: Water-cooled chillers are mostly used in large commercial and industrial facilities. These chillers are often sited in a purpose built plant room and connected to a remote heat dump outside. They can be quite a large piece of equipment. The system generates chilled water and pumps it to air-dispensing units (such as air conditioners in the building).

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