This video guides you through the basic operation of a chiller, making use of animations, illustrations, 3D models and real world photographs to help build your HVAC understanding.
This covers the basics of a air cooled chiller in a typical office building. By the end you should be able to identify the main components and the main circuits of a chiller.

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27 thoughts on “Air Cooled Chiller – How they work, working principle, Chiller basics

  1. Data center Mech Talk says:

    How is the air cooled chiller less efficient? For me the advantages override the non-use of latent heat exchange in the evaporator. 1- no cooling tower. 2- No condenser pumps 3- easy maintenance 4- easy fan replacement. 5- no dependence on water supply or water cost. 6- less chance of chiller surge. 7- less components to fail.

  2. George Henderson says:

    If you had an air cooled chiller circuit with all the AHU’s etc on primary side what would determine whether you pipe the chiller arrangement up in reverse return or just loop the flow and return?

  3. Awaken Jake says:

    Helping as an apprentice on an air cooled chiller. I'm watching this on my lunch break. This helped me understand what I'm seeing so much. Much appreciated! I love this channel!

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