The Process Cooling industry is designed
for heat processing and removing large amounts of heat from a space, which is
commonly done with a chiller system or the removal of heat from industrial
fluids using Levitor
Fluid Coolers / commonly known as “Dry Coolers”.
A chiller normally has a mechanical
compression device that converts energy into compressed refrigerant by using
some type of compressor (Condensing Unit). The compressed refrigerant is piped
to an air-cooled condenser (Levitor) that rejects the heat from the
refrigerant to the atmosphere or some type of liquid coolant load where the
heat is transferred to the coolant in the load heat exchanger and then returns
to the evaporator to repeat the cycle.