Glycol Cooling System

Glycol Cooling System

  • Temperature control 5℃ to -35℃
  • All models and refrigeration capacity available
  • Air cooled and water cooled for option
  • SS brazed plate heat exchanger
  • Glycol coolant flow rate up to 450LPM
  • Both scroll or piston compressor available
  • Easy installation and maintenance

Your Premier Glycol Cooling System Manufacturer

Glycol Cooling System is some kind of  Glycol Chilling System or Glycol Refrigeration System. TopChiller providing a wide range of options from small portable glycol chillers to a big capacity custom glycol chilling system.

All glycol cooling systems designed and manufactured by TopChiller are CE certificated approved in both European countries and China.

All refrigeration designers and experts from TopChiller having rich experience for over 20 years in the glycol cooling system.

For TopChiller glycol cooling chiller, the liquid coolant (usually glycol-water mixture) flows through the application, take excess heat away, raising the temperature of the Circulating glycol Cooling system.

This glycol-water mixture then needs to be returned to set point temperature by flowing through a heat exchanger called the evaporator.

The evaporator is a heat exchanger, we have a water tank with stainless steel plate heat exchanger and close loop shell and tube type for an option. For evaporator type, which depends on the client’s project site or glycol cooling process requirements.

How to select the right evaporator type for your glycol cooling system?

If there is an external buffer tank or water pool, the glycol chiller should be with closed loop type evaporator like shell&tube or plate type heat exchanger.

It allows the transfer of heat between glycol water coolant and the Glycol Cooling System’s refrigerant gas.

The refrigerant’s temperature must be lower than the temperature of the glycol-water mixture in order for heat to flow and for the coolant temperature to be effectively returned to the setpoint.

As a professional glycol cooling system manufacturer, TopChiller has exported many glycol cooling systems to the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Chile, Mexico, Costa Rica, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, South Africa, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Spain, Italy, etc.

If you are searching for a good quality glycol cooling system to your plant, please try to contact TopChiller get a professional and favorable price quotation.

Glycol Cooling System Technical Specification

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TopChiller: Your Leading Glycol Cooling System Supplier

For glycol cooling system, the temperature of the refrigerant is typical -5°C to -35°C lower than the glycol-water temperature to allow heat to flow.

Consequently, if the temperature set point too low or there is not the right ratio of glycol adding. the refrigerant’s temperature will stop, or even below the freezing point of water.

If the glycol-water mixture freezes, the evaporator can become obstructed, preventing water flow.

Water expands as it freezes and this can cause permanent damage to the evaporator. So we advise Adding glycol to your coolant reduces the freezing point of the coolant to the right temperature preventing any risk of damage to your chiller caused by freezing.

As a professional Glycol Cooling System supplier, TopChiller suggesting using a 30% to 65% glycol-water mixture with this Glycol Cooling System whenever the coolant temperature set point is below 0° C.

The glycol chilling system can lower the freezing point of the glycol mixture up to -30°C even -35 °C.

Glycol Cooling System: Your Buying Guide from TopChiller

Chapter 1. What is a glycol cooling system?

Of course, the glycol cooling system is for cooling purpose. There are various kinds of glycols.

Let’s cite the Propylene Glycol for food production as an example.

Propylene glycol is a food grade antifreeze. A food grade antifreeze is required when a food product is being cooled.

During the food production process, the glycol mixed with city water enables us to operate our chiller systems in the 25-27 F temperature range that breweries require.

This is the glycol cooling system.

Chapter 2. How does a glycol system work?

Glycol cooling systems are widely used in various industrial applications.

But how do a glycol system work?

A glycol chiller is actually a refrigeration system that is used to cool a bath or tube of an antifreeze called propylene glycol, or just call glycol for short.

This glycol mixture cooled liquid is pumped through a looped circuit of tubing connected to the input and output sections of the glycol chiller.

This is the glycol cooling system main cooling line.

Chapter 3. Why is glycol used for cooling?

Glycol as a chemical material can antifreeze water to get iced.

Glycol mixed with water can be used to lower the freezing point in the application of the chilling system.

Here as below are the three things you should know about glycol and glycol chiller.

1. Glycol and your glycol cooling system

Glycol is one kind of organic compounds that belong to the alcohol family.

When mixed with water and pumped through the pipes of a chilling system, glycol serves to slow the rate of freezing.

This helps maintain temperature consistency in a specific application which needs a lower temperature.

Some glycol products also work to inhibit corrosion and bacterial growth within the pipes of the chilling system.

2. Comparison of the two kinds of glycol

There are two varieties of glycol which should never be mixed together: ethylene glycol and propylene glycol.

Both types of glycol can offer the same relative level of freeze protection.  and both will also help to guard against corrosion.

Some grades of both types of glycol also help to prevent the growth of algae and bacteria within the chiller.

Ethylene Glycol

Ethylene glycol is a moderately toxic chemical that has a sweet taste and can be harmful if swallowed. Considering this problem, ethylene glycol should not be used in potable water or food processing systems because of leakage sometimes.

Ethylene glycol has more widespread use due to its lower purchase price.

For most industrial applications like ice rinks and factories requiring large volumes of the coolant find this to be the most economical choice of glycol.

But we should be aware of the ethylene glycol leakage when using it.

Propylene Glycol

Propylene glycol has a lower level of toxicity than ethylene glycol and is considered to be a food grade antifreeze.

For this reason, propylene glycol is safer to handle than ethylene and can be more easily disposed of.

Propylene glycol is commonly used in the food processing industry or in industrial refrigeration systems where people may come into contact with the fluid for safety consideration.

It is important to note that you should never mix different types or brand names of glycol, as this leads to the product congealing and the clogging of filters in the refrigeration system —potentially causing problems with heat transfer and fluid flow.

We must know the big difference between Ethylene glycol and Propylene glycol before we make a choice.

Chapter 4. What are the glycol cooling system applications?

Glycol cooling system is one of specialized industrial refrigeration system, playing a very important role in various industrial applications.

Glycol cooling systems can Maximize Beer Production and Cool Fermentation Tanks, Brite Tanks and Wort Coolers.

Chapter 5. Why TopChiller can be your reliable glycol cooling system supplier?

Glycol cooling system designed and manufactured by TopChiller having below features:

  • PLC Driven – no proprietary PC boards, External pressure – flow adjustment
  • Touch screen control with safety package (optional), Hot gas bypass
  • Level, flow & temperature remote signals, Corrosion free wetted surfaces
  • Adjustable high & low-temperature alarms, Stainless steel heat exchanger
  • Refrigerant receiver with access valve, Hard brazed joints
  • A liquid refrigerant sight glass for “at a glance” diagnosis
  • DIN rail CE components for easy service and safety, Remote status signal

TopChiller having rich experience in making glycol chiller and all kinds of glycol cooling system which suitable for your business.

Each glycol chiller or glycol cooling system from TopChiller having 18 months warranty time. This can make every end users have no worries about the after sales service.

To learn more about how a glycol chiller works or to find out if this glycol cooling system is right for your application, contact TopChiller.

Glycol Cooling System

Glycol Cooling System

With a wide variety of glycol chillers & closed loop cooling systems, TopChiller has the most ideal glycol cooling solution for each individual customer, glycol chillers, fermentation chillers,  process chillers, scroll chillers, low temperature chiller products.

TopChiller provides design, application & integration of high-efficiency commercial & industrial glycol cooling systems.

Conclusion

If you are looking for a good quality glycol cooling system supplier?

If you are searching for glycol chiller for your business?

You are coming to the right place.

TopChiller is offering total glycol control solutions for all Glycol Cooling system.

TopChiller is supplying lots of Glycol Refrigeration System to many wineries, breweries, distilleries, medical and industrial manufacturers both in China and countries around the world.

TopChiller willing to provide all technical support to clients worldwide,  Please contact TopChiller refrigeration experts to get a proper Glycol Cooling System solution for your project.