Cold water is commonly used in cooling buildings. While chillers are found throughout the building (e.g., the basement or the roof), the design may change based on the locations. The chiller creates cold water that is utilized in air conditioning.
The chiller’s evaporator produces chilled water that leaves at 6° Celsius. The centrifugal pump moves the water through the building. The water enters AHUs which are able to collect undesirable heat from around the building. After 12 degrees Celsius It returns its heat to the chiller. As soon as it exits the chiller, it will be back to 6 levels Celsius. The heat is then transferred by a refrigerant to the condenser and pushed into another circuit. This is where it flows into a cooling tower. The cooling tower has a mechanism that will dissipate and block the heat out of the building. It will return back to the condenser in order to take in even more energy. szhz82m1i1.