What does a water chiller do?
The function of the chiller is mainly to achieve the cooling effect through vapor compression or absorption cycle, and is often used to cool air or equipment. A chiller is a cooling device that can provide constant temperature, constant flow, and constant pressure. It plays a very important role in the process that requires cooling in industrial production.
Chillers are widely used in various industrial refrigeration processes that require chilled water, such as plastics, electroplating, electronics, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, biology, printing, semiconductors, batteries, food processing, etc. Or it can precisely control the mold temperature of plastic processing in villas, restaurants, hotels, institutions, schools, shorten the beer molding cycle, and ensure the stability of product quality.
Electronics industry: stabilize the molecular structure of electronic components in the production line, improve the pass rate of electronic components, apply to the ultrasonic cleaning industry, and effectively prevent expensive cleaning agents from volatilizing and causing harm to people.
Electroplating industry: Control the electroplating temperature, increase the density and smoothness of the plated parts, shorten the electroplating cycle, improve production efficiency, and improve product quality.
Machinery: Control the pressure and oil temperature of the oil pressure system, stabilize the oil temperature and oil pressure, prolong the service life of the oil, improve the efficiency of mechanical lubrication, and reduce wear and tear.
Industry: supply chilled water for concrete, make the molecular structure of concrete meet the requirements of construction applications, and effectively enhance the hardness and toughness of concrete.