Water-Cooled Chiller

The use of the cooling tower gives water-cooled systems an efficiency edge over air-cooled systems. Water cooled chillers circulate chilled water to air-handler units, where fans push air across heat exchanger coils to deliver cooling. Because they circulate water, which is more energy dense than air, water-cooled chillers can offer a more efficient and effective cooling option.


Water-cooled chillers are most commonly used in buildings larger than 200,000 square feet, where the cooling load is large enough for increased efficiency gains to offset the higher equipment cost. However, they’re also a viable choice in smaller buildings with more than two stories because they don’t have to push air through ducts across multiple stories. Potential applications for water-cooled chillers include multi-storey structures, universities, large office buildings, and hospitals.

Advantage of Target Equipments Water cooled chiller

The advantage of choosing Target Equipment’s water cooled chillers is the structure and quality that succeeds it. Besides, the performance is also a thumbs-up for setting up our product proudly into your industrial premises. The compact design was done keeping in mind the floor area and installation surrounding. The materials and functioning grants the plus point of low cost preventive maintenance and greater term of serviceability. 


Specifying an efficient water cooled chiller system can be a challenging process. Many parameters affecting system efficiency and performance need to be considered.

  • Chiller efficiency
  • Full-load versus part-load chiller operation
  • Constant-speed compressors
  • Auxiliary component efficiency (pumps and fans)
  • Operating strategies
  • Interactions between components and operating strategies
  • Power source
  • Chiller rating
  • Ambient temperature
  • Area of application
  • Material of structure
  • Noise level
  • Refrigerant
  • Cooling capacity
  • Installation area

How to choose correct chiller?

Which type of chiller to choose for a specific application is determined largely by the cooling capacity required and the trade-off between initial costs and operating costs. In general, for conditions that require less than 300 tons of cooling capacity, chillers with screw or scroll compressors are common. Screw chillers dominate the upper end of this capacity range, but magnetic-bearing compressors are gaining ground as they enable variable frequency operation, which hasn’t been a readily available option in the past in this size range. For requirements of more than 300 tons of cooling capacity, chillers with centrifugal compressors are typically used.

Moreover, keeping in mind the environment and resources, the choice and input strategy may vary as for the choice of the type of the chiller like air or oil or water cooled chillers. Apart from these central chillers, decentralised chillers and portable chillers are also out in the market which eases the usage procedures.