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Pfannenberg’s packaged chillers are versatile and ideal for applications that have cooling requirements of 1.1 kW up to 70 kW. All chillers are shipped as factory packaged systems requiring only field power and piping to provide recirculated chilled coolant to virtually any process.
Selecting the correct Pfannenberg Chiller
|Use the chart below to help you select the proper chiller for your application. For questions please consult with the factory or visit our website for the latest charts, diagrams, drawings and sizing materials and PSS software.|
|Automotive (Manufacturing)||Food & Beverage||Renewable Energy|
|Spindle Motor Cooling – High speed spindles need continuous cooling to ensure accuracy and motor life. Temperature control of the tooling is required for high precision cutting applications.||Mold Cooling (Injection, Thermoforming, Blow Molding) – Plastic molding involves melting (heating) the material to allow it to take the shape of the mold and then solidifying (cooling) it before the mold is opened so the shape is maintained. The use of chilled water allows rapid cooling of the molds between heating cycles in this high speed process.||Solar Inverter Cooling – Power inverters are used to convert the DC power created by solar collectors to the AC power that can be transferred to the power grid. Inverters lose up to 3% of their rated capacity in the form of heat and liquid cooling provides reliable thermal management to keep this renewable energy source on line.|
|Cutting Oil Cooling – Temperature control of the work piece in machining applications is needed to control dimensions. Chillers provide cooling of the recirculated and filtered cutting oil.||Baking Process Cooling – Control for baking processes are normally subjected to the high air temperature and flour-laden environment of the oven system. Cooling control enclosures with chilled water keeps process controls operating in these “hostile” areas.||Hydrogen Fuel Cell Compressor Cooling – A by-product of raising the pressure of hydrogen gas for use in fuel cell “engines” is the heat associated with compression. Recirculated chilled water manages the temperature of the both the hydrogen gas and the mechanical compressor.|
|Hydraulic Oil Cooling – Hydraulic power systems are often the primary driver in manufacturing processes. The heat added to the oil by the hydraulic pump is removed by the chiller either directly, or through an intermediate heat exchanger.||Glass Inspection Camera Cooling – The inspection of glass bottles takes place in immediate proximity to this extreme high temperature process. Inspection cameras include a liquid cooled housing that protects the sensitive optics.||Storage Battery Cooling – Heat is created in the electrochemical process associated with the storage of electrical energy. Maintaining the temperature of the cells by removing this heat increases the overall efficiency of the storage system. Liquid cooling provides a convenient solution regardless of ambient conditions.|
|Automation Control Cooling|
|Variable frequency drives (VFDs) are used to precisely control the motion in highly automated manufacturing and packaging processes. VFDs can lose up to 3% of their rated capacity in the form of heat, so the enclosures that house them must be continuously cooled. As these enclosures are usually located close to the process machinery, cooling with recirculated liquid provided by a Pfannenberg packaged chiller off ers an efficient, low maintenance solution regardless of the process environment.|