Central Chiller Uses New Control To Maximize Cooling, Minimize Energy Use

Chiller calculates and uses the lowest allowable refrigerant pressure to maximize performance and deliver energy savings.

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Thermal Care, Niles, Ill., is updating its central chiller control systems with a new technology that continuously calculates the lowest allowable refrigerant pressure for any combination of operating conditions in order to maximize energy savings and provide more stable and smooth refrigerant pressure control, especially under varying load and condenser inlet temperatures.

Dynamic Lift control technology also adds direct control of remote condenser fans or condenser water regulating valves for added savings. According to Thermal Care, customers will see an average 25% reduction on part-load total chiller energy use at a 50°F set point.

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