What is the reason for the increase or decrease of the cooling water volume of the chiller?
1. The amount of cooling water in the chiller is directly related to the amount of polluted water.
The cooling water of the chiller will definitely have some pollution in the pipeline during the normal operation. More often, the pollution will occur when the cooling water tower cools the cooling water for heat dissipation. Due to the surrounding air quality or other reasons, the water contamination of the cooling water of the chiller occurs.
The amount of cooling water of the chiller is directly related to the amount of polluted water. In this case, the corresponding cooling water of the same amount should be supplemented when actively draining water.
2. The cooling water of the chiller will drift and evaporate when the cooling tower is cooling.
Once the cooling water comes into contact with the air, especially when the cooling water temperature or the external ambient temperature is relatively high, evaporation will occur, and water drift, that is, the amount of water is taken away from the fixed route by air flow or other reasons, causing it to drift away to the In addition to the chiller water tower, this is the floating water and evaporation phenomenon that is likely to occur when the cooling water tower is cooling.
There is no fixed number for the loss of floating water and evaporative cooling water. The amount of water can be supplemented based on experience. However, when the cooling water of the chiller is increased or decreased, the principle of “proper” should be maintained. Too much or too little.