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Enerdes Chilled Water Cooling Systems are engineered for precision cooling, maintaining optimal temperatures during hot seasons. Crafted from durable materials, these systems offer a long-lasting solution that makes for a smart investment. They are pivotal in keeping your greenhouse’s climate balanced and plants healthy.
Customize your chilled water cooling systems by size, cooling capacity, and material to fit your specific needs. With top efficiency ratings, our systems are designed to minimize energy consumption, thereby reducing operating costs.
How does a chiller work?
A chilled water cooling installation consists of a chiller and a piping network. Chilled water is transported throughout the greenhouse in a loop to provide cooling. The process during which water is used as the heat-transfer medium is called hydronics, in this case to provide cooling.
Using valves, the piping network can be divided into several groups, so the greenhouse can be segregated in several areas in which the temperature is controlled separately. Individual temperature zones are assigned in the greenhouse. The air handling units together with the chiller provide optimal greenhouse temperature and humidity conditions.
In the air handling unit, a fan draws warm and humid air past a heat exchanger with the chilled water, the cooling coils. The air is cooled and the moisture condenses. Cool and dry air is spread into the greenhouse. The temperature in the cooling coils is regulated with temperature sensors and valves and variable fan power influences the amount of air that is cooled. This allows precise climate control in the greenhouse.