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What is a chiller?

A chiller (cooling water circulation device) is a general term for a device that controls the temperature by circulating a liquid such as water or heat medium as a cooling liquid whose temperature was adjusted by the refrigerant cycle. In addition to maintaining the temperature of various industrial devices and laboratory instruments, equipment and apparatuses at a constant level, it is also used for air conditioning in buildings and factories. It is referred to as a “chiller” because it is often used for cooling.

A chiller can supply chilled water continuously while circulating water in a cooling device. It is used a lot as a suitable device to cool heat generating parts and air conditioning equipment such as laser processing devices and high frequency heating devices at a constant temperature, solves various cooling problems and can reduce running costs while improving energy efficiency.

Differences between the mechanisms of a chiller and freezer

First, let’s take a look at the mechanism of a chiller. The way a chiller works is that a liquid called a coolant circulating inside the chiller cools the intended object. Various liquids, including water, are used to produce the coolant, but in any case, this coolant removes heat from the object and cools it. The coolant spins around inside the chiller and removing the heat of an object also means that the temperature of the coolant rises. To reuse it, you need to lower the temperature again, so this is where water or air is used. The temperature of the coolant is reduced by using water or air taken in from the outside, and the coolant that has cooled down is used again to cool the intended object. By doing this, it allows continuous cooling of the intended object. On the other hand, with a freezer, cooling is performed by creating chilled air by exchanging heat between the refrigerant and air. Chilled air is created by the refrigerant without using any liquids such as circulating fluid. Perhaps it is easier to imagine if you think of it like an air conditioner. In this way, the mechanisms are different even though they are both devices used for cooling. If you can remember the differences between these mechanisms, it will become easier to tell the difference between a chiller and a freezer. Both the chiller and freezer use a compressor. Gas can be compressed and emitted by the compressor. In terms of their differences, in the case of a chiller, generally, all equipment except the capacitor, is contained in a single package, including the compressor. This is a unique feature of a chiller. In the case of a freezer, each device is not packaged as a single package and is in a disjointed state. Although subtle, these differences are used to distinguish between a chiller and a freezer. You should understand the difference between whether the equipment including the compressor is contained in a single package or not.

Differences between a chiller and freezer

The role of a chiller is mainly cooling, but a freezer has a similar function. The differences between a chiller and freezer are extremely vague, and some parts may be difficult to comprehend. However, as you can tell from the different names, strictly speaking, they are different devices. So, what are the differences between a chiller and a freezer? Here we will be explaining the differences between them.

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