Custom Chillers for a Range of Applications
In commercial environmental systems, specifying a chiller requires an engineered solution that is designed around the needs of the site and the facilities served. At CESI, our sales engineers consult on building custom chiller systems to handle a range of requirements.
We represent manufacturers of centrifugal chillers that offer the highest IPLV energy efficiencies and the lowest lifetime operating costs in their capacity ranges. CESI helps clients with special equipment design challenges to fit each project’s space, energy, and cooling requirements.
Water-cooled chillers are popular when the installation site has space to provide a sufficient water supply. This type of chiller’s performance is relatively consistent, even when there are significant fluctuations in the ambient temperature. These chillers can provide enough capacity to serve even the largest facilities, including airports, shopping malls, and warehouses.
When water is scarce, some builds rely on air-cooled chillers. These chillers are dependent on a condenser cooled by the ambient outdoor air. Most air-cooled chillers use propeller fans or mechanical refrigeration cycles to draw the surrounding air over a finned coil to condense the refrigerant. The condensation of the refrigerant vapor in the air-cooled condenser enables the transfer of heat to the atmosphere.
No matter which type of custom chiller is required, CESI helps our clients find efficient options that are easy to operate and maintain over a long lifecycle. Our lines of advanced chillers drive whole-life ownership costs down and save on operating costs, maintenance costs, and reduce mechanical risks.
Let's Talk About Your Next Custom Chiller
CESI focuses on providing high-end custom units that meet our commercial customers’ precise specifications. Our sales engineers offer custom solutions designed for each build. Coward Environmental is a Smardt distributor serving Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. Contact us today for more details or to get started on a project.