Active Liquid Cooling

When the temperature of the liquid media needs to be cooled below that of the air or liquid being used to cool the system, an active liquid cooler is required. 

A refrigeration circuit delivers the required cooling effect. A refrigerant compressor drives the cooling circuit. Depending on the application requirements, the chiller will contain an air-cooled or water-cooled condenser.

  • In most applications one or more fans drive air over the condenser. The heat removed from the media is then delivered as warm air into the atmosphere. While such a chiller is a completely independent unit that does not require any additional components to function, it will heat up the immediate atmosphere and also generate higher levels of noise from the fans.

    RC 2021 air cooled chiller

  • Where a source of cooling water is available, the heat from the condenser can be discharged to this flow. Typically this can be a centralised water circuit supplying machines or a raw water supply (e.g. ground or river water). If required a closed loop secondary circuit may be introduced to isolate water that is potentially corrosive to the chiller unit. The warm water returned from the chiller can then possibly be used for other purposes, reducing overall energy consumption.  Water-cooled chillers are more silent and do not require maintenance of the air circuit, but require further components for their function.

Active liquid cooling products offer a wide range of features, options and customisation possibilities.

  • Electronic temperature control with standard on/off control.
    - Hot gas bypass option for high-accuracy temperature control
    - Optional control of temperature based on remote sensor e.g. integrated to machine

  • Integrated coolant circuit pump
    - Automatic mechanical pressure control valves if required by application. 
    - Optional speed control for continuous, automatic regulation of pressure or flow. 

  • Provision of several coolant circuits with flow control valves, indicators and sensors for integration of functions in multiple-circuit machines.

  • Chiller enclosure according to customer requirements
    - e.g. integration into a standard cabinet system, prepared for baying with other enclosures in a machine.

  • Advanced fault monitoring

  • Communication to process by a number of standard protocols - RS-485, Modbus / IO-Link / Ethernet-based

  • Speed controlled ambient fans for noise reduction.

  • Variable-speed BLDC compressor and electronic expansion valve
    - High efficiency system with large power savings possible
    - Stable and accurate temperatures over a wide cooling capacity range
    - Wide operating voltage range

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