People in the industry are often worried about purchasing chiller equipment. They choose high-priced auctions, or choose cheap ones, but there Air-Cooled Condenser are still problems with the auction. The editor of Kadley chiller believes that the current domestic and foreign refrigerators are different in terms of price, technology, and functions. There are characteristics. When companies purchase chiller equipment, they can follow the "four musts and three nots", which is more conducive to helping companies choose the most suitable compressor equipment when purchasing compressor equipment.

1. To compare equipmentCabinet-Style V type Condenser

The same PLC is controlled and the same man-machine interface is operated, but the number and methods of control points are very different. There will be qualitative differences in the reliability, safety, stability, accuracy, and sensitivity of the equipment. Of course, the manufacturing cost of the equipment is different. The selling price will also vary. So don't be overly superstitious about PLC, but also in-depth comparison.

2. Pay attention to the function

What are the equipment functions you most want, what are the main ones, and which supplier provides the equipment that best meets your needs, that is, compare the "compliance" of the equipment suppliers. The higher the degree of compliance, the better the product you buy meets the requirements. Its function is not that the more the better, but the more it can meet the needs of actual use.

Three, to consider after-sales

After-sales service is very important. The failure rate, downtime rate, and timeliness of maintenance of compressor equipment directly affect the market supply and reputation of the company’s products, and directly affect the manufacturing cost of the product and the economic benefits of the company. Therefore, when purchasing equipment at home and abroad , Can not ignore the impact of after-sales service on the operation of the equipment, try to choose a supplier with good after-sales service.

Four, to estimate the cost of operations

The operating cost of the equipment, including: (water, electricity, oil, etc.), the number and quality requirements of the operators, the price and replacement frequency of parts and wearing parts, the cost of after-sales service engineers, the life and depreciation rate of the equipment, etc. .