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How to judge the energy-saving effect of process water chillers?

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  How to judge the energy-saving effect of process water chillers?

  Firstly, it is important to understand the concept of energy efficiency ratio of process water coolers. When purchasing process water coolers, it is important to have a clear understanding of their energy efficiency ratio parameters. The higher the energy efficiency ratio, the lower the unit energy consumption. You can determine whether the energy efficiency of the process water cooler meets the standard by calculating the ratio of cooling capacity to power consumption. At the same time, attention should be paid to the maintenance and cleaning of the process water cooler in daily use, and it should be regularly inspected and cleaned to ensure the normal operation of the process water cooler and optimize energy efficiency.

  Secondly, a standard industrial process water cooler should ensure a stable and consistent energy efficiency ratio when operating under different loads, in order to ensure its energy-saving effect. A suitable industrial process water cooler has functions such as pre cooling and no load protection during operation, which can avoid unnecessary energy waste and achieve good energy-saving effects.

  Finally, energy consumption can be evaluated by comparing it with other industrial process water coolers of the same type, and further improving energy efficiency through scientific and reasonable use methods such as setting appropriate temperature control ranges and using efficient radiators.

  Correct operation and maintenance of process water coolers:

  Properly control and adjust the liquid supply volume of the system to avoid excessive humidity and overheating during compressor suction.

  The number of compressors to be operated should be reasonably selected to match the cooling capacity with the system’s thermal load.

  Adjust the number of fans and pumps appropriately according to process requirements and changes in external temperature.

  Regularly drain oil, exhaust, defrost, and descale to maintain good heat transfer performance of the equipment and avoid high condensation pressure and low evaporation pressure.

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