A water chiller is an appliance that cools and condenses water vapor to a liquid. The common types of cooling techniques used in a water chiller are:
The most popular type of evaporative cooler is the swamp cooler which relies on the principle of heat transfer by evaporation and convection. The swamp cooler works on the principle that hot air rises and cold air falls
A water chiller is a machine that cools the water used in air conditioning systems.
A water chiller works by using a refrigerant that is pumped through a series of coils. These coils are submerged in a tank of cold water and the refrigerant absorbs heat from the water. The refrigerant then passes this heat on to the cooling coils which are inside an air-conditioning system, and this process cools the air-conditioning system
These chillers usually have coils that are submerged in a tank of cold water, typically at about 40 degrees Fahrenheit (4 degrees Celsius). They work by exchanging heat from the hot fluid with the colder one.