CENTRALISED COOLING SYSTEMS

The term “centralised cooling systems” refers to the centralisation of several small, decentralised active cooling systems. Previously a number of lower capacity cooling systems would be installed, but H.I.B is now able to unify this easily and reliably.
A centralised water chiller is installed which can supply cold water to a number of smaller water/water passive coolers.
Cooling water which is required for such water-cooled condenser applications can be provided via mains water supply or via a heat exchanger combined with an externally sited dry air cooler.

CENTRALISED COOLING SYSTEM

with an externally sited split heat exchanger

Higher capacity refrigeration systems are often required as split systems with water-cooled condensers. This provides the advantage of removing the heat source from the condenser to an external source via a closed-loop cooling system (dry air cooler), rather than the inside of a building / production hall, as in common.

This system also has a positive energy balance since the air-conditioning systems in production halls can normally be made smaller.

Advantages
• Saves resources as no mains water to drain is used
• The RFCS transfers no heat into the building or mains water supply

Please contact the H.I.B technical sales department for more information.

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CENTRALISED COOLING SYSTEM

with HY-ECOBOX energy manager and heat exchanger

This is a cooling system which, in certain environmental conditions, may operate without the need to activate the refrigeration circuit. The HY-ECOBOX, an ‘energy manager’, enables the switching between active (chiller circuit) and passive (dry air cooler) operation while modulating and controlling correct fluid supply temperatures to the process at all times.

– Active operation at high ambient temperatures – the compressor runs and generates cold water.
– Passive operation at low ambient temperatures – the compressor is switched off but cooling is still guaranteed.

Enormous amounts of electrical energy can be saved here, especially with high cooling capacities.
This system is complemented by short payback periods and a simple, modular design.

ADVANTAGES
• Saves resources as no mains water to drain is used
• High energy-saving potential thanks to the HY-ECOBOX in passive cooling mode
• The RFCS transfers no heat into the building or mains water supply

Please contact the H.I.B technical sales department for more information.

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CENTRALISED COOLING SYSTEM

with HY-ECOBOX energy manager, heat exchanger and heat recovery

This is a cooling system which, in certain environmental conditions, may operate without the need to activate the refrigeration circuit. The HY-ECOBOX, an ‘energy manager’, enables the switching between active (chiller circuit) and passive (dry air cooler) operation while modulating and controlling correct fluid supply temperatures to the process at all times.
Shown by a heating coil in the image, heat recovery allows the heat which is removed from the process to be utilised.
The energy obtained can, for example, be used for regulating the temperature of production halls.

Advantages
• Saves resources as no mains water to drain is used
• High energy-saving potential thanks to the HY-ECOBOX in passive cooling mode
• The RFCS transfers no heat into the building or mains water supply
• Waste heat from cooling operation is used to good effect, e.g. employed to facilitate heating of hot water / central heating, thus reducing energy costs

Please contact the H.I.B technical sales department for more information.

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