Generally, after purchasing the equipment with the glycol chiller manufacturer, the installation manual will be distributed to the user together. So, what should be paid attention to when installing the glycol chiller?
In summer, glycol chillers are used frequently, so when installing, they need to be installed on a stable and tidy ground. Users who know the glycol chiller should know that if the installation is inclined, it may cause the refrigerant or the cooling water or the chilled water to run abnormally, and the refrigerant will flow back or increase the resistance, which is not conducive to the normal operation of the refrigeration system. Therefore, the glycol chiller needs to run on a stable ground.
If the glycol chiller runs on a stable ground, the compressor can run more efficiently. Because the normal operation of each component of the compressor takes into account the problem of gravity, the stable ground can avoid the resistance of the liquid medium in the flow or the acceleration of gravity, and the glycol chiller can be operated more effectively.
Of course, noise problems continue to plague many glycol chiller users. In fact, a flat ground can effectively reduce vibration and noise during operation, because a flat ground can reduce vibration during operation, which is beneficial to the glycol The mute effect enhances its service life.
If the glycol chiller runs on uneven ground, due to the action of gravitation, the various parts are more likely to loosen and peel off based on the vibration generated by the glycol chiller during operation.
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