An industrial air-cooled chiller is a refrigeration system that cools fluids and works in tandem with a facility’s air handler system. A chiller has four main parts: an evaporator, compressor, condenser, and expansion valve.
An air cooled chiller is a unit that creates cool air by chilling water using a closed loop system. The air cooled chiller sends chilled water into each building’s chilled water air handler system in order to create cool air for the building. Chillers are ideal for very large buildings such as hotels, refineries, large… Read more »
DX Units vs. Chillers The immediate and most noteworthy difference between these two units is that the DX (direct expansion) unit cools air, and chiller units cool water. DX Units vary in use between supplemental or emergency building AC, or primary AC at tented events or relief structures. Chiller units cool water for use in… Read more »