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Industrial Chillers

Our range of products include magnetic bearing centrifugal chiller, air cooled process chillers and glycol chillers.
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  • Magnetic Bearing Centrifugal Chiller
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Magnetic Bearing Centrifugal Chiller
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Magnetic Bearing Centrifugal Chiller

Approx. Price: Rs 10 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price
Product Details:
Tonnage2000 TR
Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
BrandDaikin
TypeWater-Cooled
PhaseThree Phase
Refrigerant UsedR134a
Compressor TypeCentrifugal with Magnetic
Automation GradeAutomatic
Body MaterialMild Steel
Frequency50 Hz
Power SourceElectric
Country of OriginMade in India

Magnetic Chillers recently launched a new range of Water-Cooled Chillers using first Oil Free Magnetic Bearing Centrifugal Compressor. With technical expertise to design and manufacture compressors using magnetic levitation technology, Kirloskar Chillers, have joined a select few manufacturers globally capable of offering this technology. This technology promises to dominate rotating equipment, in general and chillers in particular, over the next few decades. The company highlighted significant advantages of magnetic bearings for compressors used in chillers over conventional bearings. Chillers form a part of the central air-conditioning systems, and have a huge demand in various market segments, both Commercial – (hotels, hospitals, malls, airports and IT facilities) and Industrial applications – (pharmaceuticals, automobiles, textile, chemical & FMCG).

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  • Capacity: 50-2000 TR

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  • Delivery Time: 6-8week
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Air Cooled Process Chillers
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Air Cooled Process Chillers

Approx. Price: Rs 55,000 / TonGet Latest Price
Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity1 Ton
Tonnage50 TR
Voltage440 V
BrandDaikin
Compressor TypeScrew
Power100HP
TypeAir Cooled
Phase3 Phase
MaterialMs
Automation GradeAutomatic
Flow Rate6048 LPH
Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
Frequency Hz60 Hz
Country of OriginMade in India
Material GradeMS

Industrial Air Cooled Process Chiller are used in a variety of applications where chilled water or liquid are circulated through process equipment. Commonly used to cool products and machinery, water chillers are used in a multitude of different applications including injection molding, tool and die cutting, food and beverage, chemicals, lasers, machine tool, semi-conductors and more.

The function of an industrial chiller is to move heat from one location (usually process equipment or product) to another place (usually the air outside the manufacturing facility). It is very common to use water or a water/glycol solution to transfer the heat to and from the chiller, which may require the process chiller to have a reservoir and pumping system. Regardless of your industry and process, making sure that you have sufficient cooling is critical to productivity and cost savings.

Why use a Chiller:
No industrial process, machine, or motor is 100% efficient, with heat being the most common byproduct of those inefficiencies. If this heat is not removed, it will accumulate over time causing reduced production times, equipment shutdowns, and even premature equipment failure. It is necessary to incorporate cooling into industrial process system design to avoid these issues.

Using a chiller to provide cooling has multiple benefits. A chiller provides consistent temperature and pressure to your industrial process. Eliminating temperature and pressure variables simplifies the process development and optimization, ensuring the highest quality product. Instead of a wasteful, single-pass-through system, a chiller recirculates the cooling water. The recirculation minimizes the cost of water consumption which can be expensive and environmentally unfriendly.


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Glycol Chillers

Approx. Price: Rs 15 Lakh / SetGet Latest Price
Product Details:
BrandKirloskar
Compressor TypeScrew Compressor
Cooling Capacity250 TR
Power20 HP
Phase3 Phase
MaterialMS
Voltage480 V
Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
Country of OriginMade in India
Glycol Chillers are a specific kind of refrigeration system, often used to cool a variety of liquids, including alcohol and other beverages. Using a chiller allows producers to lower the temperature of the product dramatically over a short period of time, depending on the production needs. Propylene glycol plays a significant role in the application of a glycol chiller. For cooling in brewing, there are few processes where decreasing or maintaining temperature are important - like crash cooling a beer after fermentation, or keeping a steady temperature during fermentation (which generates heat), or cooling the wort after an initial boiling process.

Glycol is a water-miscible coolant that is frequently used in heat transfer and cooling applications. It provides better heat transfer parameters than water, and can be mixed with water to provide a variety of heat transfer characteristics. Glycol comes in two varieties: ethylene glycol and propylene glycol. Though both materials are bad for living things, propylene glycol is most often used near food and ethylene glycol is most often used in industrial applications.

To understand the purpose of glycol, you must first understand how a chiller works. A chiller consists of two key parts: a refrigeration unit which uses electrical energy to produce a cold fluid, and heat transfer coils which move cold fluid from the refrigeration unit to the target area and hot fluid from the target area to the refrigeration unit. Typically, the target area is the inside of a freezer or some other object that you want to cool. The refrigeration unit often consists of a compressor with some compressible heat transfer fluid such as freon.

Every chiller has an operating temperature range. This temperature range is determined by several variables, the most important of which are the boiling point and freezing point of the heat transfer fluid. Glycol is prized as a heat transfer fluid because it can operate at a wide range of temperatures and can be mixed with water. The boiling and freezing points of glycol mixtures are a function of the relative amounts of glycol and water in the mixture.

Pure water freezes at 0 degrees Celsius (32 F) and pure ethylene glycol freezes at -12.9 C (8.9 F). In between, freezing points are non-linear. For instance, a solution of 10% ethylene glycol freezes at -3.4 C (25.9 F), 30% ethylene glycol freezes at -13.7 C (7.3 F) and 60% ethylene glycol freezes at -52.8 C (-63 F). The freezing point of a 60/40 ethylene glycol/water mixture is much lower than that of either pure ethylene glycol or pure water. Mixtures of propylene glycol with water follow a similar pattern, with a 60/40 mixture of propylene glycol with water having a freezing point of -48 C (-55 F).

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