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Absorption Chiller Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of absorption chiller manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top absorption chiller manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find absorption chiller companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture absorption chillers to your companies specifications. Then contact the absorption chiller companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of ammonia absorption chiller, lithium bromide absorption chiller, small absorption chillers, or customized absorption chillers of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Houston, TX 800-473-9178

    Cooling solutions are more important than ever in today’s industrial world. An absorption chiller can be the solution for many industries, and ours offer the best in affordability, innovation, and quality. We have remained in business for over 20 years, because we have a strong commitment to quality, affordability, and flexibility. Our products are built to last, and we work hard to treat every customer as number one. Learn more about us online!

  • Niles, IL 888-764-1428

    Thermal Care provides absorption chillers for over 50 industries including plastics, laser, heat treating, food processing, machine tool and plating/ anodizing. We specialize in meeting the specific needs of our customers by contributing both standard and custom designed absorption chillers. Visit our website for a complete list of the products and services we offer.

  • Kalamazoo, MI 800-968-5665

    Here at Glen Dimplex Thermal Solutions we are a worldwide provider of high quality absorption chiller technology. We offer solutions for a number of industries including healthcare, plastics, food and beverage, government, electronics, IT infrastructure, machine tool and much more. Please contact one of our representatives today to learn more information!

  • Milpitas, CA 855-454-6200

    Chillermen can handle full OEM production of OEM chillers that are efficient, reliable, and cost effective. A multitude of industries have benefitted from our products and services, such as medical, biotechnology, aeronautical, and electronics. Our team of designers and engineers will work with you from the initial design stages up until the final product to ensure that your exact expectations are met. To get started with us, or to simply learn more, contact us today!

  • Mansfield, MA 781-688-2345

    Thermonics® offers a range of chillers to meet your specific needs. Our products include portable chillers, chiller controllers, and extraction chillers. Our staff can help provide you with the best solution for your process. Visit our website to view our wide range of chillers and be in touch with our experienced team today!

  • Charlotte, NC 704-504-4800

    Here at SINGLE Temperature Controls Inc., we are one of the largest Global manufacturers of Temperature Control Units and have been in business since 1968. We offer a full product platform to fit most temperature control applications and has advanced technologies to improve process efficiencies. We strive to offer the best customer service in the industry at all times. Please contact us for more information!

  • Oxford, MI 800-525-8173

    Dry Coolers is a leading manufacturer of a complete line of industrial chillers such as central chillers, water chillers and laser cooling systems. Our chillers have the ability to cool water, oils, gasoline, glycols and more. Call us today for innovative solutions to all of your liquid chilling needs!

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Save Money and Energy with Absorption Chillers

Absorption chillers have been around for some time, but thetrue potential of the technology is just now coming to light for manufacturingplants around the world. Most absorption chillers use a type of technologyknown as co-generation.

Co-generation is enabling the by-product of creating onetype of energy to transform into a new form of energy itself. For example, theheat used to create electricity is then captured and used to heat water in thewinter or to cool water for air conditioning in the summer. Heat is transformedinto cool with the use of an absorption chiller.

Absorption chiller manufacturers can benefit fromco-generation technology by creating co-generation compatible chillers. Manycompanies already have created chillers with this capability, as more and morelarge factories, and even entire cities, strive to find new ways to go green.

Using a co-generation system is not only moreenergy-efficient and green than wasting the heat from electricity generation,but it is also cost-effective for companies as well. Typically, a water heaterwould have to create its own energy, or a chiller would have to use a separateenergy source for creating chilled air. In co-generation, the same energy isused twice, which can potentially half any energy requirements of a factory orany other commercial building.

Even some households now use a co-generation system toeliminate energy waste. Construction companies around the world are utilizingthe technology of co-generation and absorption chilling to reduce utilityexpenses and save energy in a variety of ways without implementing complicatedsystems. In today’s world of energy savings, absorption chilling is a simpleway to save energy and money on a small or large scale.

Absorption Chiller

Absorption chillers are an alternative to standard, electric chillers and work similarly to air conditioning systems. Instead of using electricity as power, these chiller systems run off heat. They are used when electric power conditions are poor, and they significantly reduce electricity costs associated with cooling, since they do not use a gas compressor. However, absorption chillers do require greater pump energy than electric chillers.

Absorption chillers are quiet, vibrationfree, reliable, low maintenance and don't use any CFC gases. Because they aredriven primarily by heat energy instead of mechanical energy, they are used in industrialmanufacturing plants that use boilers or have access to wasted heat from different machineryand processes. The heat source may be solar, gas, water or bromide and steam. In this way they reduce electric peaks in a building's electric load, cutting costs during the hottest times of the year. They may act asthe sole cooling system, or work as part of an integrated cooling and heatingsystem. Although more complex, absorption chillers act similarly to someresidential refrigerators, which have a gas flame at the bottom and ice cubesat the top.

Components of absorption chillers must be integrated closely. Thecompressor, condenser and evaporator equipment are all contained in a singlearea within the facility. Theprocess begins when a refrigerant, usually ammonia, carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, alcohol, brine or methane, is put under pressure, causing heat to build up inthe compressor. The liquid is then converted to vapor, and moved into thecondenser. The heat leaves, causing the gas to turn to liquid. The cooledliquid then travels to the evaporator, and turns into gas, pulling heat from a liquid coolant or fromthe air. The chilled air or fluid is then pumped into the process or facility, effectively cooling itdown to a desired temperature. The pump is the only electrically-poweredcomponent. Absorption chillers may be direct, meaning the heat source is gas orfuel that is burned in the unit, or indirect, using steam or other transferfluids to bring heat from other sources like the boiler or variousheat-generating industrial processes. The system may also use both the indirectand direct heat-drawing methods at the same time.