In industrial production, there are many applications for low-temperature chillers. For example, in the production process of chemicals, beverages, food, and wine, for the low-temperature link, the chiller is usually required to work to produce cold for use in the manufacturing process.

So when the low-temperature chiller is running, especially for the water-cooled chiller, Screw-Type Condensing Unit will the water quality affect the chiller equipment? The answer is yes. In this article, the editor of Cadelli told industry friends how to deal with the water quality requirements?

First look at the definition of chillers. The low-temperature chillers used to absorb heat from the environmental medium and discharge the heat to a high temperature are called refrigeration and heating pumps. The refrigeration exchanger can alternately or simultaneously realize the two functions of cooling and heating.

For refrigeration, the refrigeration process is a process in which electrical energy is converted into heat, and heat is generated. For water chillers, the heat needs to be dissipated through the cooling water system.

There is a large amount of scale in the cooling water equipment, and this problem is closely related to the water source. If the water quality of the water source is not good, different degrees of scale problems will occur when the equipment is used normally. Especially when the water quality filter is blocked, the poor water source will inevitably lead to serious scale problems in a relatively short period of time, which will affect the normal operation of the low-temperature chiller.

The water quality requirements of chillers generally include three factors: pH, hardness and water flow, which together determine the water quality. The proper water quality is conducive to the normal operation of the chiller. The following is the method of water quality treatment, you can refer to it.