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Centrifugal Chiller Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of centrifugal chiller manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source centrifugal chiller manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate centrifugal chiller companies that will design, engineer, and manufacturer centrifugal chillers for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading centrifugal chiller manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for industrial centrifugal chillers, industrial water chillers, or centrifugal systems.

  • Houston, TX

    Over the years Cold Shot Chillers’ sales and application support teams have learned to make suggestions for most any submission. The Cold Shot Chillers manufacturing facility is capable of producing equipment with an endless list of options and modifications to meet virtually any customer need or specific application. Let us be your number one source for centrifugal chillers.

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  • Niles, IL

    In the world of chillers, not every chiller is the same. A centrifugal chiller is the best solution for certain applications, while a liquid chiller may be better for another. We can work with you to find the perfect chilling solution for your needs. Find out more on our website or give us a call today! We’d love to help you!

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  • Kalamazoo, MI

    It is our mission here at Glen Dimplex Thermal Solutions to exceed your expectations. We are an innovative manufacturer who works hard to provide you with top of the line solutions. We offer our expertise for a wide range of industries. If you have any questions about our company or our services then please give one of our representatives.

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  • Post Falls, ID

    At Critical Power Products & Services, we manufacture cooling towers with energy efficiency in mind. Select us for either a fiberglass-shell cooling tower or one with galvanized metal walls. Since we have a worldwide network sales force, your needs can be met. We value exceptional customer service and customer relationships that are built to last. For more information about who we are and what we do, call or visit our website today.

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  • Burkburnett, TX

    Are you looking for a centrifugal chiller? Whaley Products, Inc. is recognized as a leading manufacturer of centrifugal chillers and our teams are experts in providing high quality chilling solutions. It is our mission to supply you with a reliable chiller and our company will work with you every step of the way. Please visit our website or give us a call today!

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  • Miami Gardens, FL

    Universal Chilling Systems offers a range of units, seamlessly designed to serve a variety of industries, including metal working, die-casting, machine tooling, chemical processing, food and beverage processing, and more. Founded by three colleagues with over 75 years of experience in the plastic industry, Universal Chilling Systems produces units that include all major components in an efficient design. Available applications include air cooled, low temperature, and water cooled, with typical capacities ranging from 5 to 40 tons.

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Centrifugal Chiller

Centrifugal chillers are a type of vapor-compression chiller that uses centrifugal motion to create pressure to drive the cooling process. The chiller’s centrifugal compressor pressurizes a coolant vapor before it enters the condenser, where it is cooled by a flow of air or water.

The main difference between centrifugal chillers and other vapor-compression chiller systems, such as screw chillers, is the type of compressor; screw chillers use a rotary screw compressor, and centrifugal chillers use a centrifugal compressor. Centrifugal chillers can be used to provided controlled cooling for a wide range of heat-producing industrial processes and laboratory equipment, such as injection molding, blow molding, metal working, cutting, welding, machine tooling, chemical processing, food and beverage processing, paper production, power generation, lasers, MRI machines and more. As such, they are used frequently by the plastics, automotive, utilities, fabrication and medical industries to name a few. Centrifugal chillers can also be used to cool and dehumidify gases, including as part of industrial air conditioning systems for moderate to large size facilities. Centrifugal chillers dramatically range in size, from factory assembled chillers whose capacity is anywhere from 60 to 2,700 tons, to field-assembled chillers whose capacity can be up to 9,000 tons.

Centrifugal chillers use vapor-compression refrigeration to provide their cooling effect. The chiller system pipes a coolant through its four major components: a compressor, a condenser, an expansion valve and an evaporator. Coolant that has absorbed heat from the process and has been vaporized enters into the centrifugal compressor, which increases its pressure as it moves into the confines of the condenser coil or condenser tubes. Water or air circulated through the condenser chamber cools the vapor inside the condenser and causes it to condense into a liquid. In the process, the coolant’s excess energy is released into the water or air and borne away. The coolant liquid proceeds into an expansion valve that decreases the pressure and allows for evaporation to occur. This flash evaporation that occurs at the expansion valve cools the liquid drastically. The cold fluid then moves into the evaporator, where the heat from the process is absorbed by the coolant, causing the remaining liquid coolant to evaporate and further cooling the process. A number of different coolants may be used, but water or water mixed with additives is by far the most common. The centrifugal design of these industrial chillers has a number of advantages. Centrifugal chillers have few rubbing parts, and are therefore highly efficient and easy to maintain. Centrifugal compressors do not create the highest pressure levels, but they are well suited to continuous duty applications like chilling. For these reasons centrifugal chillers are among the most popular and cost effective air cooling systems for manufacturing facilities, laboratories, schools and office buildings.

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Centrifugal Chiller - Thermal Care, Inc.
Centrifugal Chiller - Thermal Care, Inc.