Toronto-based Berg Chilling Systems Inc. reports that its hybrid chiller, which combines a chiller and an air-blast fluid cooler, provided water and energy savings for a plastics facility in Quebec.
The plastics processor’s initial requirement called for most of the load to be chilled-water cooling because the temperature had to be held between 45 and 77°F (7 and 25°C). After review, Berg suggested that most of the load could successfully operate at higher supply temperatures. The customer approached the process equipment supplier with this idea, and after a few small modifications, it was implemented.
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