What is chilled water air conditioning system?
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Consequently, what is chilled water return?
A fan blows air through the cooling coil to provide cold air to the building's space. Essentially, the chilled water absorbs heat from the building inside the AHUs and FCUs. After exiting the heat exchanging coil, the chilled water return (CHWR) returns to the chiller, where it is cooled again, and the process repeats.
Secondly, how do chilled water coils work? Chilled water coils also known as hydronic cooling coils are typically used to cool or remove moisture from air streams. The air to be cooled moves through the fins, and either water or an ethylene or propylene glycol solution move through the tubes.
Similarly, it is asked, how does chiller air conditioning work?
In most process cooling applications, a pumping system circulates cool water or a water/glycol solution from the chiller to the process. The high-pressure gas enters the condenser where ambient air or condenser water removes heat to cool it to a high-pressure liquid.
What are the components of chilled water system?
The main chiller components are the Compressor, Condenser, Evaporator, Expansion Valve, Power Panel, Controls unit and the Water Box.