A chiller in layman’s term can be described as vital cooling device often utilized in labs. It’s an essential part of any laboratory as it helps facilitate a lot of operation within the confined surroundings of the laboratory. One notable function of the chiller is to transfer heat by removing it from a particular content to another. A good example of this is when the chiller removes heat from ambient water to air.
In general, a chiller is a device that works through compressions in order to control and cool a liquid’s temperature. It’s the opposite of an air conditioner which uses similar methods but used for cooling air instead of water. A chiller consists of complementary parts such as re-circulating pumps, reservoirs and temperature control airs.Continue reading “Functions of a chiller and where they can be applied”