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Process Cooling Features Pfannenberg Paper in Article

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Mon, Apr 12th 2010 12:00 pm
With air-to-water heat exchangers, the entire refrigeration system is installed in a remote location, and chilled water (or a water/glycol combination) is circulated to the enclosure-mounted device to remove the heat.
With air-to-water heat exchangers, the entire refrigeration system is installed in a remote location, and chilled water (or a water/glycol combination) is circulated to the enclosure-mounted device to remove the heat.

The article "Cooling from a Distance" based off a paper written by Chiller Product Manager Howard Kielar, was featured in the April Issue of Process Cooling. The article highlights how remote enclosure cooling offers a viable alternative to local packaged air conditioners for challenging industrial applications, and the type of options available.

 

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