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Model of a chiller

5/ 5/ 5

6/ 6/ 6

7/ 7/ 7

9/ 9/ 9

10/ 10/ 10

12/ 12/ 12

15/ 15/ 15

20/ 20/ 20

Cooling capacity

Q0, kW (at T0= -10°C)

8,36

10,32

12,58

15,22

16,82

20,3

24,2

28,0

Cooling capacity

Q0, kW (at T0= +2C)

13,9

17,1

20,8

25,0

27,2

32,8

39,2

45,4

Unit model

-4F5

-4E6

-4DC7

-4CC9

-4VC10

-4TC12

-4PC15

-4NC20

Evaporator model

SCE 15

SCE 23

SCE 23

SCE 35

SCE 35

SCE 35

SCE 23 (2)

SCE 23 (2)

A number of compressors

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

A number of power levels

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

A number of cicuits

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

Nominally acceptable water discharge, m3/hour

2,5

3,0

3,6

4,3

4,7

5,6

6,7

7,8

Pressure loss on evaporator,

no more than Pa

40

40

40

40

40

40

80

80

Pumping station model

200 Pa (20m)

15-100

15-100

15-100

15-100

15-200

15-200

15-200

15-200

Pumping station model

400 Pa (40m)

15-400

15-400

15-400

15-400

15-400

15-400

15-400

15-400

Hydro-module model

200 Pa

50/15-100

50/15-100

50/15-100

50/15-100

100/15-200

100/15-200

100/15-200

100/15-200

Hydro-module model

400 Pa

100/15-400

100/15-400

100/15-400

100/15-400

100/15-400

100/15-400

100/15-400

100/15-400

Cost of a chiller without pumping station or hydro-module, rub.

216 000

259 200

280 800

313 200

356 400

410 400

464 400

507 600

Cost of pumping station 200 Pa (20m)

40 000

40 000

40 000

40 000

50 000

50 000

50 000

50 000

Cost of pumping station 400 Pa (40m)

60 000

60 000

60 000

60 000

60 000

60 000

60 000

60 000

Cost of hydro-module 200 Pa (20m)

65 000

65 000

65 000

65 000

85 000

85 000

85 000

85 000

Cost of hydro-module 400 Pa (40m)

95 000

95 000

95 000

95 000

95 000

95 000

95 000

95 000

Cost of option

11 664

11 988

11 988

21 762

21 762

21 762

21 762

41 688

Cost of option

27 000

27 000

27 000

27 000

27 000

27 000

27 000

27 000

Cost of option

2 484

2 484

2 484

2 484

2 484

2 484

2 484

2 484

Cost of option

8 208

8 208

8 208

9 450

9 450

9 774

9 774

10 422

Cost of option

18 900

18 900

18 900

18 900

18 900

18 900

18 900

18 900

Q – cooling capacity is given under the following conditions with R 22:

- condensation temperature T. = +45;

Model of a chiller

25/ 25/ 25

30/ 30/ 30

33/ 33/ 33

35/ 35/ 35

40/ 40/ 40

50/ 50/ 50

102/ 102/ 102

122/ 122/ 122

Cooling capacity

Q0, kW (at T0= -10C)

36,1

41,5

47,0

54,3

62,2

73,9

33,64

40,6

Cooling capacity

Q0, kW (at T0= +2C)

58,4

67,0

76,1

87,7

100,5

118,7

54,4

65,6

Unit model

-425

-4G30

-6J33

-6H35

-6G40

-6F50

ϖ24VC10

ϖ24TC12

Evaporator model

SCE 60

SCE 70

SCE 90

SCE 90

SCE 110

SCE 125

SCE 60

SCE 70

A number of compressors

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

A number of power levels

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

A number of cicuits

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Nominally acceptable water discharge, m3/hour

10

12

13

15

18

21

10

12

Pressure loss on evaporator,

no more than Pa

40

40

40

40

40

40

40

40

Pumping station model

200 Pa (20m)

15-200

15-200

15-200

15-200

15-200

30-200

15-200

15-200

Pumping station model

400 Pa (40m)

15-400

15-400

15-400

15-400

15-400

30-400

15-400

15-400

Hydro-module model

200 Pa

100/15-200

100/15-200

100/15-200

100/15-200

100/15-200

300/30-200

100/15-200

100/15-200

Hydro-module model

400 Pa

100/15-400

100/15-400

100/15-400

100/15-400

100/15-400

300/30-400

100/15-400

100/15-400

Cost of a chiller without pumping station or hydro-module, rub.

648 000

734 400

842 400

874 800

961 200

1 080 000

712 800

777 600

Cost of pumping station 200 Pa (20m)

50 000

50 000

50 000

50 000

50 000

75 000

50 000

50 000

Cost of pumping station 400 Pa (40m)

60 000

60 000

60 000

60 000

60 000

100 000

60 000

60 000

Cost of hydro-module 200 Pa (20m)

85 000

85 000

85 000

85 000

85 000

130 000

85 000

85 000

Cost of hydro-module 400 Pa (40m)

95 000

95 000

95 000

95 000

95 000

160 000

95 000

95 000

Cost of option

41 688

41 688

42 282

42 282

78 624

78 624

42 606

42 606

Cost of option

27 000

27 000

54 000

54 000

54 000

54 000

54 000

54 000

Cost of option

2 484

2 484

2 484

2 484

2 484

2 484

5 022

5 022

Cost of option

10 422

10 422

17 658

17 658

17 334

17 334

10 692

10 692

Cost of option

18 900

18 900

18 900

18 900

18 900

18 900

37 800

37 800

Q cooling capacity is given under the following conditions with R 22:

- condensation temperature T. = +45;

LEADER-S Ltd.

Samara, Avrora st. 114A

tel: (846) 266 66 62

e-mail:illarionov@leader-cool.ru

Hydraulic circuit of chillers monoblcok scroll

Components of chiller:

1 – compressor

2 condenser

3 evaporator (located on the same frame)

Water from cold consumer goes from a warm room to the chiller that is located in the street. Having gone through the evaporator the water gets colder and goes to the room of cold consumer. Herewith the pumping station is more often situated in a warm room. Such chillers can be easily and quickly installed even by the companies which do not have any air-conditioning experience. There is a need in installing a chiller and supplying it with water and power. The only flaw of such a chiller circuit is a necessity in technical service, it consists in the thing that before ambient temperature gets minus in the street (where the chiller is located) it it needed to drain the water from the piping and evaporator (3), and in Spring before starting up to fill up the whole system with water. Otherwise the water in the condenser will freeze and breaks (defrosts) your chiller, after that the water having got the hydraulics of the refrigerant part, incapacitates your chiller and you will need to replace it. There is not such a problem in countries in which ambient temperatures are not so cold in winter. Water change to prepared (non-freezing) liquid can be a technical solution.

But having low powers, small chillers can be installed to a heated room, herewith there will no need in draining and pour water, but one should remember that a chiller gives off more heat than cold, and it will be needed to take away from condensers a hot air from the room.

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LEADER-S Ltd.

Samara, Avrora st. 114A

tel: (846) 266 66 62

e-mail:illarionov@leader-cool.ru

Hydraulic circuit of chillers monoblcok scroll

Components of chiller:

1 – compressor

2 condenser

3 evaporator (located on the same frame)

Water from cold consumer goes from a warm room to the chiller that is located in the street. Having gone through the evaporator the water gets colder and goes to the room of cold consumer. Herewith the pumping station is more often situated in a warm room. Such chillers can be easily and quickly installed even by the companies which do not have any air-conditioning experience. There is a need in installing a chiller and supplying it with water and power. The only flaw of such a chiller circuit is a necessity in technical service, it consists in the thing that before ambient temperature gets minus in the street (where the chiller is located) it it needed to drain the water from the piping and evaporator (3), and in Spring before starting up to fill up the whole system with water. Otherwise the water in the condenser will freeze and breaks (defrosts) your chiller, after that the water having got the hydraulics of the refrigerant part, incapacitates your chiller and you will need to replace it. There is not such a problem in countries in which ambient temperatures are not so cold in winter. Water change to prepared (non-freezing) liquid can be a technical solution.

But having low powers, small chillers can be installed to a heated room, herewith there will no need in draining and pour water, but one should remember that a chiller gives off more heat than cold, and it will be needed to take away from condensers a hot air from the room.

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