Absorption chillers utilize a heat source and a series of chambers at near vacuum to take advantage of the state changes of water from liquid to gas. As water that is used for cooling purposes throughout your facility rises in temperature, it can then be pumped through pipes inside the chiller. Next, the newly chilled water is sent back out to the rest of your facility to absorb heat from your equipment.
Air Comfort’s customized absorption chillers use cogeneration to optimize your water temperature. In other words, the chiller we design and install will be tuned specifically to the precise needs of your facility.
This custom approach has a number of benefits, including energy efficiency, reduced long-term repair costs, and more effective operation. There are chillers of all sizes designed for different applications. A large manufacturing facility likely has different requirements versus a university research lab. If a chiller isn’t adequately sized, it will be forced to work harder than it needs to. This can lead to higher energy costs and greater wear and tear on the system.
All of this can be avoided by working with a provider like Air Comfort that will take a consultative approach to deliver the perfect solution for any given facility.