Oil Chillers

Coolant Chiller- Immersion type- I DIP

Unlike the I SAT, the I DIP contains a SS 304 cooling coil which can be completely immersed into the clean side of the coolant tank to facilitate heat transfer. Making use of eco-friendly refrigerants, the cooling coil is submerged in the coolant when there is sufficient turbulence of coolant over it, and the temperature of the coolant is conserved for further use in the manufacturing unit. These chillers are characterised by their low noise levels, microprocessor controller and compact design.

Werner Finley
Coolant Chiller- Immersion type- I DIP Specifications


  • Cooling capacity range : 1.75 kW to 17.5 kW
  • Fluid : Soft Water / water + glycol solution
  • Refrigerant : R134a/R407c
  • Operating ambient temperature range : +10 to + 50C
  • Best fluid outlet temperature : 15degc, At ambient : 35degc & ∆T : 5 Deg C
  • Condenser Type : Air-Cooled, Fin & Tube
  • Evaporator Type : Immersion Heat Exchanger
  • Operating environment : Indoor / Out door - Shelter from rain, dust, insects, humidity, sunlight
  • Power supply : 1 PH / 3 PH, 220V / 415 V, AC, 50/60 HZ
  • MOC of wetted parts : SS 202 / 304 / 316
  • Noise level : < 85 db
  • Life expectancy : 10-15 years
Design Inputs from Customer
  • Required cooling capacity in kW
  • Required / rated flow rate of cooling liquid
  • Max liquid leaving temperature from cooling unit, at max ambient temp.
  • Increase in liquid temperature at outlet of inverter
  • Operating ambient temperature range (+/-)
  • Installation site environmental conditions
  • Power supply - voltage, frequency, phase.
  • Electrical control logic
  • Type of configuration for the cooling system
  • Acceptance test, applicable standards and certifications

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