10 to 490 Ton Central Chiller
Outdoor Central Chillers come with either air-cooled scroll or rotary screw compressors. Designed to be used outdoors, these chillers are easy to install, operate and maintain.
Outdoor Central Chiller Features
- 11 to 153 tons (30RAP Series R410A scroll compressors)
- 64 to 315 tons (30RB Series – R410A scroll compressors)
- 84 to 490 tons (30XA Series – R134A rotary screw compressor)
- Microprocessor Control Panel
- Wide ambient condition operating range between -20°F and 125°F.
- Aeroacoustic fan design moves more air with less noise.
- Chlorine-free HFC134A refrigerant is environmentally friendly, not subject to phase-out, and has an ozone depletion potential (ODP) of zero. (30XA Series only)
- Cooler tubes are totally immersed in liquid refrigerant to reduce kW/hr operating costs. (30XA Series only)
- Compact and easy to install.
Spring maintenance should include comprehensive inspection, testing, cleaning, lubrication and repairs, plus a current snapshot of your system’s health. Here are our priorities to keep you chillin’:
Clean those coils
On air-cooled equipment, make sure you’re monitoring the condition of your coils and keeping them clean. Dirty coils increase machine pressure, causing higher amperage and spiralling electricity costs. Beyond efficiency problems, running the system high for long periods of time can create equipment damage. So check and clean coils regularly yourself, or have your HVAC service technician do it.
Stay charged up
If your chiller sat idle all winter, did you take bets on whether it would start up again this Spring? Leaks in the piping, fittings or elsewhere in the system can occur during shutdown, leading to low refrigerant charges. Why find out your system’s condition the hard way? During planned chiller maintenance, technicians should leak-check the entire system, repair any leaks, and charge the system with refrigerant.
Brush those tubes for better heat transfer
In centrifugal industrial chillers, if your tubes are free and clear of scale or buildup, you’ll have good heat transfer during the summer months. That requires removing the head from the condenser or the evaporator, and running a brush down the tubes to remove any built-up debris. If daily readings suggest that heat transfer is starting to decrease, start there.