How do integrated systems with free cooling work?
The system can be combined with cooling batteries in order to obtain the maximum efficiency from the free cooling system, a method that uses only the temperature difference and cools the liquids thanks to the ambient temperature. This free cooling system is therefore able to dispose of the heat generated in the various production processes without requiring the consumption of water and with the minimum use of energy. These units consist of a heat exchange coil, a hydraulic circuit complete with pump, axial fans and relative control panel.
Integrated systems with free cooling are particularly suitable for all production sectors that are located in latitudes characterized by harsh winters.
Many customers operating in the plastic molding sector at certain temperatures choose modular combinations precisely because of the ability of the machines to work with an ambient temperature from +45°C to -25°C.
Specifically, this type of system works at room temperature with process water without the addition of glycol thanks to the special winter safety system. Combining a cooling system to the machine therefore, it is possible to obtain high efficiency of the cooling cycle and in the medium/cold periods to produce cold water at very low costs with a considerable energy saving.