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How much system water per ton of cooling for process chillers?

Did you know that York recommends a MINIMUM of 6 gallons of system water per ton of cooling for process chillers? This is double the amount of water that York recommends for standard air conditioning or comfort cooling applications. See the attached engineering supplement from York for more details!Related Posts:What type of chiller is ideal for
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EER, IEER, SEER, IPLV, HSPF… What do all of these efficiency terms REALLY mean

EER, IEER, SEER, IPLV, HSPF… You have probably seen all of these terms before and never even thought of what the heck they stand for, or why you would care to look at one over the other. In order to look out for the best interest of the building owner, however, it is important that
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What type of chiller is ideal for your application?

The answer to this question is pretty obvious: it depends. Since we are always conscience of your time, we will assume that chilled water is required for your project. Chilled water could be required for a number of reasons: a chilled water system already exists, the project is a process application that requires chilled water,
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Is that chiller you just purchased ready for winter?

Winter is coming, following these quick steps will help ensure your new chiller won’t freeze over when the temperature drops.
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