Dry Cooler Management Automation
Dry coolers are refrigeration devices that use air to regulate the process temperature. The refrigerantion process is based on heat rejection principles. These units change the heat that inside the dry cooler with the air that circulating in the atmosphere. Dry coolers have sturdy design that passes the air stream through the heat exchanger. These cooler equipped with fans that filtrate air from outside of the cooler. A suitable temperature difference should be maintained between the cooling medium and the air inside the dry cooler for an effective process refrigeration. To achieve this, a minimum difference of 5 ° C is sufficient. The heat generated in dry cooler systems reduces energy waste and increases efficiency.
- Data centers
- Hospitals / medical office buildings
- Office buildings
- Industrial / process systems
- Energy production