What is a Chiller?
- A chiller is a cooling mechanism designed to produce fluids that can lower temperatures by removing heat from the fluid.
- Discoveries at the end of the twentieth century have created chilling equipment capable of creating temperatures for cooling processes for a wide variety of industries.
- There are several divisions of chillers based on how the refrigerant dispels the heat it absorbs, the type of compressor, and specialty designed chillers that perform unique and unusual functions.
- Though there are a wide variety of chillers, the majority of them work on the same principle of removing heat.
- Though the basic mechanism of a chiller is substantially the same for all of the types, as with any type of industrial equipment, regular maintenance guarantees that it will perform according to its specifications.