Screw chiller – Overview


Screw chiller is a device that uses vapor-compression, adsorption refrigeration, or absorption refrigeration cycles to remove heat from a liquid coolant. After that, this fluid can be passed via a heat exchanger to cool machinery or another process stream (such as air or process water). Refrigeration naturally produces waste heat, which must be released into the atmosphere or, for higher efficiency, recovered for heating. Any of a variety of compressor types may be used in vapour compression chillers. The hermetic scroll, semi-hermetic screw, and centrifugal compressors are currently the most popular. Both water and air cooling options are available for the chiller’s condensing side. The chiller is frequently cooled by an induced or forced draught cooling tower even when it is liquid-cooled.

  1. Screw Chillers are equipped with a corrosion-resistant heat exchanger,
  2. Highly efficient condenser
  3. Wide louver fin for enhanced heat transfer.

Air-cooled Screw Chiller Features Line Up Inquiry To Buy High-Efficiency Load Evaporator tube, By applying a gravity-type refrigerant distribution system, reliable operation is provided. And evaporation efficiency is improved by optimizing the arrangement of the eliminator and evaporator tube.


Reduced Weight & Size

Reducing installation area and weight can free up valuable floor space.

Noise Reduction

Because it prevented outflow, it reduced turbulence at the intake port and noise disruption.

Black Box Feature

In order to quickly diagnose problems and offer solutions in the event of failure. It maintains and analyses operation logs.

Ice Thermal Storage System

Ice Thermal Storage System cools the indoor area during the day and produces ice throughout the night. This applied solution allows more efficient product installation and energy consumption.