Water-Cooled Chillers

Water-Cooled Chillers

The refrigeration cycle for a conventional vapor compression chiller and an absorption chiller are similar in that both produce chilled water via the evaporation and condensation of a refrigerant at different pressures within the machine. However, a conventional chiller uses a mechanical means to compress and transport the refrigerant vapor to the condenser, while an absorption chiller depends on a thermo-chemical process involving lithium bromide and water to establish the pressure differential in lieu of mechanical compression. While most vapor compression chillers utilize electricity as its energy source to operate the machine, absorption chillers use heat, typically in the form of steam, hot water or through the direct combustion of natural gas.


  • 16NK Water-Cooled Chiller
  • 16DJ Water-Cooled Chiller
  • 16LJ Water-Cooled Chiller
  • 16TJ Water-Cooled Chiller
  • 30XW Water-Cooled Chiller
  • 30HXC Water-Cooler Chiller
  • 23XRV Water-Cooled Chiller
  • 19XRV Water-Cooled Chiller
  • 19XRD Water-Cooled Chiller