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INDUSTRIAL CHILLER

Canadian Clear manufactures and exports premium quality refrigerating chillers.Our range of products includes, Water Chiller, Coolant Chiller, Coolant filtration system and many more.We use state of the art, refrigeration technology along with high quality raw material and reliable components for building most efficient and aesthetic industrial chillers.All our products meet international standards of quality and compliance.
Our products and brands are well known in the market, and always associated with high efficiency, power saving, aesthetic, rugged construction, elevated performance, long life and low maintenance. Beyond this, our products are cost effective as we manufacture large number of equipments in house.We manufacture chillers from 1 ton to 1000 ton’s.
Our chiller units are used for various applications.

1. Water Chilling
2. Glycol chilling
3. Milk chilling
4. Beer chilling
5. Beverage chilling
6. PET blowing machine mould chiller

Industrial chillers are classified as a refrigeration system that cools a process fluid or dehumidifies air in commercial and industrial facilities. A chiller will use either a vapor compression or absorption cycle to cool. Chilled water has a variety of applications from space cooling to process uses.

Types of Industrial Chillers

A chiller is rated between one to 1000 tons of cooling energy. There are three different types of chillers:(1) air, (2) water, and (3) evaporative condensed chiller. There are four subcategories in each of the above categories for industrial chillers: (1) reciprocating, (2) centrifugal, (3) screw driven (4) and absorption chillers. The first three types are mechanical chillers which are powered by electric motors, steam, or gas turbines. An absorption chiller is powered by a heat source such as steam and uses no moving parts.

Components of an Industrial Chiller

The mechanical compression cycle has four basic components through which the refrigerant passes: (1) the evaporator (2) the compressor (3) the condenser (4) the expansion valve. The evaporator in the chiller will operate at a lower pressure and lower temperature than the condenser.