In my country's industrial production, the requirements for various equipment are relatively strict. The equipment must not only have good production efficiency, but we also have high requirements in terms of product quality and equipment energy saving effects. The chemical chiller is an equipment system used for refrigeration in the chemical manufacturing industry. It is a water cooling device. The chiller is a cooling water device that can provide constant temperature, constant flow and constant pressure.

In order to have a good energy-saving effect in the use of chemical Chiller, we can make daily improvements through the following points

1. Prevent and reduce the phenomenon of pipe scaling of the chiller. The purpose of this is to improve the heat exchange efficiency of the condenser and evaporator. In daily use, if the supplemental water of the chemical chiller is not handled properly, calcium bicarbonate and magnesium bicarbonate will be heated and deposited on the pipe. As a result, the thermal conductivity of the chemical chiller will decrease, and the chiller will cost a lot of money. Electricity is used for heat exchange efficiency.
2. To improve the energy-saving efficiency of chemical chillers, we can also achieve energy-saving effects by adjusting the reasonable operating load of the chillers. On the premise of ensuring the safe operation of the chiller, reasonable consideration should be given to the load ratio of the chiller to achieve the effect of energy saving.

3. Reduce the condensing temperature of the chiller. On the premise of meeting the safe operation and production requirements of the chemical chiller, try to increase the evaporation temperature and reduce the condensing temperature. For this reason, it is necessary to increase the transformation of the cooling water tower to ensure the cooling water efficiency . Energy conservation of chemical chillers is a very important link in the production industry. You can gradually implement them through the above introduction to ensure the energy conservation of chemical chillers.