Chillz Engineering


Chiller Installation & Maintenance

Air Cooled

Chillers have become an essential HVAC component of a wide variety of commercial facilities, including hotels, restaurants, hospitals, sporting arenas, industrial and manufacturing plants, etc. The industry has long recognized that chiller systems represent the single largest consumer of electrical usage in most facilities. They can easily consume more than 50% of the total electrical usage during seasonal periods.

Chillz Engineering offers a portfolio of air-cooled chillers for a variety of applications ranging from maintaining comfort in a building to cooling a process. With intentional overlap in capacity, efficiency, and sound performance, we’re able to offer our customers multiple choices of chillers to best meet project requirements.

Water Cooled

Water-cooled chillers feature a water-cooled condenser connected with a cooling tower. They have commonly been used for medium and large installations that have a sufficient water supply.

Water-cooled chillers can produce more constant performance for commercial and industrial air conditioning because of the relative independence to fluctuations of the ambient temperature. Water-cooled chillers range in size from small 20-ton capacity models to several thousand-ton models that cool the world’s largest facilities such as airports, shopping malls and other facilities.

Cassette Air Conditioners

A ceiling- or wall-mounted or suspended air conditioner, for when space is limited, because there is no available walls to mount a split system or where there is limited ceiling space for a ducted system.

Floor Stand

Floor-mounted air conditioning units provide a unique advantage in that they can be installed in locations where no wall or ceiling space is available so are often installed in cafeterias, convenience stores, large reception rooms, hotel foyers and comms rooms or server rooms.Floor air conditioner is another type of air conditioner unit that is commonly used in places such as restaurants, halls, motels, data centers. The reason for its name is obvious in that it is basically standing on the floor. Other types of indoor units are the wall mounted, ducted, ceiling exposed, portable and window.
These fan coil units are all located indoor. The outdoor unit or condensers are located outside the building where the heat is rejected through the vapor compression cycle.
These two units are all that are required for the air conditioning system to function. They are connected to each other through the cooper tubes which are the gas and liquid lines.

Concealed - Hideway

This type of air conditioner creates a comfortable environment, without interfering with a room's aesthetics. Hidden in the ceiling, these hide away air-conditioners are perfect for buildings where there are many rooms or halls. Concealed Ducted units or 'Split' systems consist of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit installed in the ceiling space. Air is distributed from the indoor unit by duct to one or more air vents.
Ceiling concealed split type air conditioners or Fan Coil Units are high-grade air-conditioning systems in which the unit is completely built into the ceiling and cool air is delivered via a duct system which complements the interior decor in accordance with the shape of the room including whisper Quiet operation, Lightweight and Superior Freedom of Layout.
Available in a wide range of cooling capacities, concealed split air-conditioners are capable of adapting to a wide variety of space requirements, installation configurations and different usage applications. These beautifully designed units blend in seamlessly with any decor and also boast advantages such as quiet operation, high energy efficiency, space saving compactness and easy installation. A perfect solution for air conditioning of large apartments, offices, hotels and other similar living spaces.

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