What are the requirements for water quality for industrial air cooled chiller?
To maintain a stable cooling performance of LC -25°C ~ -5°C Low Temperature Chillers, it is necessary to have very strict requirements for the water source. When using a chiller on the schedule, if the enterprise does not pay enough attention to the importance of water quality, various sudden failures will occur during the use of the equipment.
Therefore, when using industrial air-cooled chillers, it is necessary to use high-quality water sources in conjunction to reduce consumption and usage costs, which is conducive to the long-term safe use of chillers by enterprises. So, what are the requirements for water quality for industrial air-cooled chillers.
Any water with high alkalinity or acidity cannot meet the usage needs of industrial chillers, and even leads to irreparable corrosive faults after long-term operation of industrial chillers. Therefore, when using industrial air-cooled chillers, it is necessary to use high-quality water sources in conjunction to avoid a large number of equipment failures.
The water flow rate also affects the stable operation of water-cooled units:
If the water flow rate is too high or too low, it will restrict the operational efficiency of the equipment and even lead to a decrease in the cooling performance of the chiller. Being able to continuously increase the water flow within a reasonable range can increase the operational safety of the chiller, while avoiding problems such as irreparable losses caused by the small water flow that may affect the operation of the chiller.
Due to the need to utilize abundant water sources during the operation of water-cooled chillers, if the water quality is relatively hard, it will affect the operation of the chiller. Especially in high efficiency operation, it is easy to cause various scale problems inside the chiller. After the accumulation of scale to a certain extent, it will affect the normal use of chillers by enterprises.
The quality of water used in chillers directly affects the stability of the equipment. The operation of water-cooled chillers cannot be separated from the water source. The better the water quality of the water source, the lower the probability of scale generation during enterprise operation of chillers. Continuing to use industrial chillers while eliminating the threat of scale can effectively reduce the range of equipment failures.