Riedel chillers are made in Germany, but supported by Dimplex Thermal in MI. KIG has provided dozens of high quality late model Riedels over the years, and the quality is top notch. This ~40 ton unit is outdoor rated, and has 3 Danfoss Scroll Compressors, and an insulated stainless tank. An external pump is required with Delta Star chillers to move water thru the heat exchanger.
Unit was run and tested extensively in our shop prior to shipment. In its present form, the condenser does not have the “low ambient” winter package with fan switching/VFD controls to allow to run in less than 40°F ambient conditions. If you are in the cold winter environment, consult with us on cost to add this, or you can have your local contractor install also. The unit is listed technically at 58Kw, which roughly equates to 18 tons of cooling. One fan has pressure controlled on off, allowing this unit to run outdoors in slightly cooler than normal weather conditions. The process pump has been rebuilt, and new temperature sensor installed.
Assembly equipment, construction sites, lasers, MRI machines, and various other high-powered equipment and facilities may require chillers to maintain a workable temperature. Where available, cold water readily available in nearby water bodies might be used directly for cooling, replace or supplement cooling towers. The deep water source cooling system in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is an example. It uses cold lake water to cool the chillers, which in turn are used to cool city buildings via a district cooling system. The return water is used to warm the city’s drinking water supply, which is desirable in this cold climate.
The unit was in storage in the Southeast USA for a few years, as it was purchased by our client, but their business situation changed so they never used it. We paid a local chiller specialist to inspect megger compressors, confirm operation of the low ambient option, power up controls, and do overall inspection. This chiller has the original 4 scroll compressors in it (that’s good, no mis-application problems causing compressor swap-out), and low ambient option for year round operation in colder climates. Dual refrigeration circuits, with 1 circuit having hot gas bypass . It is 230 volt, has dual scroll compressors and comfort link controls.
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The packaged solution combines the benefits of an integrated waterside economizer with VVR® compression technology and total unit configurability, offering solutions fully tailored to the application requirement. Air cooled and water cooled chillers have many things in common. They both belong to the same vapor compression chilling family, and they both use an electronically driven mechanical compressor to force refrigerant around the system. The main difference between the 2 is how unwanted heat is ejected from the system.
If the system requires less gpm then the pump will reduce in size, meaning less pump energy is used throughout the year. For example, let’s assume the project is a small office building and the owner plans to resell the building within a few years, an air-cooled chiller is often the most desirable in this scenario. However, if the building is a large high school that will be used by the school district for many years, then a water-cooled chiller plant would be the choice to make. In terms of costs, there are fewer components in an air-cooled chiller plant, reducing the initial costs of the plant. Depending on the usage of the building and the building owner type, this cost savings could be a game changer.
As the refrigerant transfers its thermal energy, it begins to condense into a liquid. By the time the refrigerant leaves the condenser, it will be a high pressure, medium temperature, saturated liquid. When the refrigerant enters into the condenser, it will run along the horizontal pipes and transfer its thermal energy into the ambient air stream which is forced by the fans on top. Aqua Series air-cooled chillers feature a compact, all-in-one package design.
After the gas leaves the condenser, the refrigerant changes into a high-pressure liquid. The high-pressure liquid travels to the evaporator through the expansion valve. During this process, the refrigerant changes from a high-pressure liquid to a low-pressure liquid.
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DS Series Icewagon™ chillers are shipped ready to hook up and run. Installation is simple, usually involving only electrical and liquid connections. Work with our team of experts to find the best system for your needs by calling or requesting a free online quote from GCI Refrigeration Technologies. Arrived at KIG in March 2016 was this nice Trane RTAA 125 Air Cooled Chiller with Dual Rotary Screw Compressors and R22 refrigerant. These are workhorses in the industry if you are familiar with chillers. Low Ambient Motormaster Variable Frequency Drive option for fan.