BV Thermal Systems offers various temperature control units that are found in many different applications and industries. The term chiller is used to describe a cooling system that removes heat from one element (often water/glycol/air) and deposits it into another (ambient air or water). Most often the standard design is a system that cools 60°F water (water/glycol or air) to 50°F and deposits the heat into the ambient air at 95°F (or water at 85°F).
Below is a chart indicating the different chiller applications and fluid to fluid heat exchanger applications where the units may be utilized.
|Cooling Applications||Recirculating Chillers||Fluid to Fluid Heat Exchangers|