Chiller free cooling has been around for decades, with systems historically limited to relatively low chilled-liquid temperatures (approximately 55°F and below) and operation during winter conditions. Recent trends in buildings and increased emphasis on energy conservation, however, have sparked an evolution in chiller design, with expanded operation and a wider range of chilled-liquid temperatures. Energy Savings From Free Cooling The combination of higher design liquid temperatures ...

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