A chilled water system cools your home by using water rather than air. The water absorbs heat from inside the house and disperses it to the exterior. The water is cooled to a temperature of 40 degrees before being circulated through the air handler of the water coil.
Some of the benefits the Chiller Water System has are:
Reducing electricity usage
Low maintenance costs
Cleaning up contaminants in water such as chlorine and fluoride
The HVAC chiller moves heat from one location to another by changing the physical shape of the refrigerant. The chiller goes from liquid to gas during the process, then back to liquid after the heat is released.
Water chillers are utilised in a wide range of air conditioning and process cooling systems. They chill the water, which is then transferred via pumps and pipes. Water can chill air in an air conditioning system or provide cooling for a manufacturing or industrial process by passing through the tubes of coils.
Because air cooling is not necessary in cold weather, the air conditioning component of an HVAC system becomes redundant. Chiller systems, on the other hand, can be changed to supply heating and so stay completely functional regardless of the weather.