In this video we take a look at common chiller faults and how to troubleshoot them. This covers both air cooled chillers and water cooled chillers to help you learn HVAC building services engineering. Caution: Chillers are dangerous and expensive, do not attempt to repair this units without authorisation and training.

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32 thoughts on “Chiller faults – troubleshooting

  1. Eng Eng says:

    Hello guys…i want your help in this i am still newbie with hvac system and in the place where i work there is swas chiller. From time to time cause high pressure alarm..what do you advice me to inspect which part..i inspected condenser filter and fan motor.. plz i need your help with that..thx

  2. L1NUS says:

    Hey Paul, how are ya? I was wondering if you could make another video about troubleshooting? Common faults with AC units, chillers, heat pumps? I would like a video like this, it was helpful for me. / Lineus

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