Industry experts note that starting with process-specific information is the most important first step when selecting a chiller. Other factors to consider when selecting a chiller include:
- Required fluid temperatures and flow rate.
- Ambient temperature.
- Chiller load (constant or fluctuating load).
- Site conditions that affect chiller use or selection.
- Available site power.
- Special fluid requirements.
Process Cooling’s Cooling Capabilities Chart on Portable Chillers offers a side-by-side comparison of portable chiller manufacturers. For the purpose of this comparison, a portable chiller is defined as one that does not need to be hard-wired, can be moved with human power (rather than equipment) and generally has less than 5 tons of cooling capacity.
For tonnage capabilities, temperature range and additional features, click here. From there, you can review specific company listings, and hyperlinks that take you directly to selected manufacturers websites.
To contact a specific manufacturer, click on the company name in the search results and use the contact information shown.
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