HOW TO SIZE INDUSTRIAL CHILLERS-- CACULATE THE RIGHT CHILLER COOLING CAPACITY
Your correct size to fit your industrial process units. A small crew will not have enough cooling for your machine, and a large one to produce too much noise, waste of energy and cost too much money. Medium and large industrial chillers in the "t", a unit of power equal to 12,000 British thermal units per hour, or British thermal units, terminology. The size of a unit of equipment directly related to the volume flow rate and its goal of containing the water temperature drop.
Calculate the target temperature drop chiller, which is the temperature of the water to enter and exit the unit difference. If, for example, 62 degrees Fahrenheit in the water to enter and 48 degrees Fahrenheit, leaf temperature drop 14 degrees (62-48 = 14 degrees).
Multiplied by the volume flow of the proposal to answer refrigerator. If 260 gallons of water units per minute through mobile: 14 × 260 = 3,640.
Get your answer multiplied by 500 units of capacity per hour British thermal unit. This example, 3640 × 500 = 1,820,000.
12000 divided by your answer to the scale of chillers in metric tons. In our example, 1,820,000 / 12,000 = 152 tons.
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