What is an evaporative condensing chiller?
A water chiller is a machine that produces cold water through a compression refrigeration cycle of saturated vapours. Any machine whose operation is based on a refrigeration cycle must be able to evacuate the heat it collects from a fluid through another fluid.
The inCH chiller uses air and water to transfer the heat absorbed from the water of the air-conditioning system outdoors (cooling effect).
This principle allows the machine to become extremely efficient by significantly reducing energy consumption compared to traditional chillers, which only exchange heat with the air outside.