EMERSON LIEBERT 230 KW CAPACITY INDUSTRIAL WATER CHILLER
MODEL NO SBH023
THIS CHILLER IS THE HIGH EFFICIENCY MODEL, IT HAS FREE COOLING FACILITY ON IT WHICH SAVES A LOT OF ENERGY.
SUITABLE FOR PROCESS PLANT, PLASTIC INJECTION MOULDING, POLYTHENE RECYCLING, PET BOTTLE RECYCLING, AIR CONDITIONING.
IN EXCELLENT CONDITION , USED AND MAINTAINED BY EMERSON, THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A VERY EXPENSIVE TOP OF THE RANGE CHILLER AT A FRACTION OF THE USUAL COST.
EXCELLENT CONDITION, FULL WORKING ORDER, READY TO GO.
Runs on the latest ozone friendly R134A refrigerant
Price ex works £10,900
Price quoted is exclusive of vat
FREE COOLING EXPLAINED
Free Cooling is a fast and effective, economic method of utilising low external air temperatures. It can be used to assist in cooling water for industrial temperature control applications or in HVAC systems.
A chillers’ traditional design utilises integral compressor technology to generate the cooling required for process and HVAC applications.
The use of Free Cooling in an industrial temperature control application differs from an environmental cooling solution as fresh ambient air cannot be drawn straight into the cooling circuit. Therefore, to harness the benefits of the low ambient temperatures, a Free Cooling coil needs to be introduced to the circuit.
A Free Cooling coil is installed in series with the chiller system’s evaporator, so in lower ambient conditions, partial or 100% Free Cooling can be achieved. This method of operation, utilises the naturally low ambient temperatures and in doing so benefits from a HUGE reduction in energy costs of up to 70%. As the ambient air temperature drops at least a degree below the process return water temperature, the benefits of Free Cooling can begin to be realised and the external ambient temperature can begin to cool a process in place of the chillers usual method of cooling via the use of the refrigeration comprssors.
As the ambient temperature drops 3oC to 5oC below the required process supply water temperature total Free Cooling can be achieved, taking over from the chillers’ compressors 100% and consequently providing an environmentally friendly and cost effective approach to process and HVAC cooling.