In commercial settings, chillers are large units that generate chilled water to provide air conditioning in buildings. The units send chilled water throughout the building via a pump, which collects warm air that is then dispersed into the atmosphere. These units can be either “air-cooled” (i.e. disperse unwanted heat into the atmosphere via fans) or “water-cooled” (i.e. disperse unwanted heat via a cooling tower).
In industrial settings, chillers can be used for the controlled cooling of products, manufacturing processes, and factory machinery. Applications are far-reaching and include (but are not limited to) chemical, plastics, paper, cement, beverage, and pharmaceutical processing as well as is power generating stations, MRI machines, and vacuum systems.
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