If you are in need of an ultra-low temperature solution, whether it is temporary or permanent, one possibility is to use a chiller specifically designed for achieving very low temperatures. All industrial chillers systems are designed to attain consistent cool temperatures, but some are specifically designed to provide extremely low temperatures in reaction to specific incidents or actions, as well as in a more stable scenario where a consistent low temperature is desired or needed. The following are several reasons why whether you need a short-term or more static solution, today’s low-temperature chillers can meet your demands.
Lower Temps with Less Equipment
Standard air cooled chiller systems can only provide cool temperatures to a certain level. They also have a number of equipment requirements to get the optimum cooling, which can be costly both in terms of space used and overall expense. Industrial chillers manufacturers can provide low-temperature chillers that can achieve extremely cold temperatures for the space you need cooled, in some cases down to -40 degrees Fahrenheit. They also can be designed to require less equipment to achieve your ideal cooling temperatures, particularly inside the cooling area.
An ultra-low temperature industrial chillers system is designed to achieve your desired temperatures while using a minimum of space. By using stacking technology, air handling units can be set up to be as effective as a traditional chiller system, but while having a very small footprint. Additionally, the external chillers and generators can be designed to save space and reduce the overall footprint of the system. That means more space inside and out of the area the system will cool.
Fast Project Critical Paths
With very few exceptions, those needing exceptionally cold temperatures rarely have a lot of time to find a solution and implement it. A reliable chiller provider will send in engineers to work with your staff to help identify the best design that will meet your needs. Once that design is finalized, it is only a matter of matching required equipment with the chilling goals of your company. Installation, if there is not extensive preparation to get the space ready, can be done in a matter of days. That includes testing the configuration, troubleshooting it and modifying the design if it is necessary.
If you have an existing system that has to be brought down, a temporary chilling system is also a possibility. That allows for the maintenance of the needed cold temperatures while the other system is being disassembled. This means relatively no downtime while your new low-temperature industrial laser chillers are installed and configured.
Constant Testing and Improvement
As with any system that has a lot of moving parts, no chiller system is every truly out of the development stage. Even routine maintenance can vastly alter how a chiller performs, which means your chiller vendor has to be committed to continuous testing and maintenance as well as introducing new technologies as they become available. Because the industry is constantly changing, a vendor that is not committed to this quickly becomes obsolete. That means by selecting a low-temperature chiller system, you ensure you will always have the latest, most efficient and most effective chiller system possible.
In some instance, a traditional air-cooled chiller system will give you the temperatures you need, but in some situations, an exceptionally low temperature is not only desired it is needed. In that case, a low-temperature chiller is the answer; check out the many options available with industrial cooling systems chillers at KKT Chillers.