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Our Best Sellers: Top-Rated Chiller Units for Peak Performance

We stock a variety of chiller units, from the large ZCV series air chiller that is designed for larger industrial settings to the ZME compact chiller for specific equipment. From the highly efficient ZCW water chiller to the ZHF which is designed for a versatile and all-encompassing heating and cooling solution, we will have the right cooling system for you.

  • Air-Cooled

    ZCM Compact Chiller

    • ✅ Cooling – 2.1kW – 6.7kW
    • ✅ Open Tank Only
    • ✅ Coaxial Heat Exchanger
    • ✅ Voltage 400/3/50Hz
    • ✅ Refrigerant – R410a
  • Air-Cooled

    ZCE Budget Chiller

    • ✅ Cooling – 5kW – 20kW
    • ✅ Open Tank Only
    • ✅ Plate Heat Exchanger
    • ✅ Voltage – 400/3/50HZ
    • ✅ Refrigerant – R410a
  • Air-Cooled

    ZCF Eco Chiller

    • ✅ Cooling – 7.8kW – 581kW
    • ✅ Open or Pressurised Tank
    • ✅ Plate Heat Exchanger
    • ✅ Voltage – 400/3/50Hz
    • ✅ Low GWP Refrigerants Available
  • Air-Cooled

    ZCX Premium Chiller

    • ✅ Cooling – 7kW – 420kW
    • ✅ Open or Pressurised Tank
    • ✅ Coaxial Evaporator
    • ✅ Voltage – 400/3/50Hz
    • ✅ Refrigerant – R410a

The 4 Main Types of Process Chiller Units

Our Full Catalogue of Chiller Units

    • Air-Cooled

      ZME Mini Chiller

      • ✅ Cooling – 0.95kW – 3kW
      • ✅ Open Tank Only
      • ✅ Coil Evaporator
      • ✅ Voltage 230v (Plug Included)
      • ✅ R134a Refrigerant
    • Air-Cooled

      ZCM Compact Chiller

      • ✅ Cooling – 2.1kW – 6.7kW
      • ✅ Open Tank Only
      • ✅ Coaxial Heat Exchanger
      • ✅ Voltage 400/3/50Hz
      • ✅ Refrigerant – R410a
    • Air-Cooled

      ZCE Budget Chiller

      • ✅ Cooling – 5kW – 20kW
      • ✅ Open Tank Only
      • ✅ Plate Heat Exchanger
      • ✅ Voltage – 400/3/50HZ
      • ✅ Refrigerant – R410a
    • Air-Cooled

      ZCF Eco Chiller

      • ✅ Cooling – 7.8kW – 581kW
      • ✅ Open or Pressurised Tank
      • ✅ Plate Heat Exchanger
      • ✅ Voltage – 400/3/50Hz
      • ✅ Low GWP Refrigerants Available
    • Air-Cooled

      ZCX Premium Chiller

      • ✅ Cooling – 7kW – 420kW
      • ✅ Open or Pressurised Tank
      • ✅ Coaxial Evaporator
      • ✅ Voltage – 400/3/50Hz
      • ✅ Refrigerant – R410a
    • Air-Cooled

      ZCV Eco Chiller

      • ✅ Cooling – 250kW – 1250kW
      • ✅ Screw Compressors
      • ✅ Shell & Tube Evaporator
      • ✅ Voltage – 400/3/50Hz
      • ✅ Low GWP Refrigerants
    • Heat Pump

      ZHF/ZCW Heat Pump

      • ✅ Cool/Heat – 6kW – 400kW
      • ✅ Heating & Cooling Valve
      • ✅ Plate Heat Exchanger
      • ✅ Voltage – 400/3/50Hz
      • ✅ Low GWP Refrigerants Available
    • Special

      DRC Free Cooler

      • ✅ Cooling – 5kW – 4000kW
      • ✅ Save up to 80% in Energy Costs
      • ✅ Adiabatic Options Available
      • ✅ Complete with integral controls
      • ✅ Low Legionella Risk

    The Benefits of Installing a Chiller Unit With Evolution Cooling

    Cost-Effectiveness

    Our chiller units allow you to manage your energy consumption and reduce the load on your HVAC. This will help you to maximise your energy efficiency which will lead to substantial cost savings in the long term.

    Scalability and Flexibility

    Our range of chiller units is modular by design, meaning that additional units can be added without requiring a complete overhaul, allowing for additional capabilities at peak times and or as your operations grow in future.

    Environmental Impact

    Our modern chiller units use environmentally friendly refrigerant liquids and have energy-efficient designs which help businesses reach their environmental sustainability goals by reducing power consumption and minimising carbon footprints.

    Equipment Lifespan

    By maintaining the most optimal temperatures for your specific processes, you will be prolonging the lifespan of your machinery and sensitive equipment by reducing wear and tear and thermal stress.

    Greater Efficiency

    Chiller units greatly improve the efficiency of production processes by maintaining optimal temperatures for machinery and products, which decreases downtime due to overheating or equipment failure.

    Product Quality

    Our chiller units are ideal for the pharmaceutical, manufacturing, food and beverage industries and any other sector where precise temperature control is required to maintain product quality and comply with regulatory compliance.

    Get In Touch Today For Top-Tier Chiller Unit Solutions

    Are you ready to optimise your cooling system with a state-of-the-art chiller unit? Contact us now to schedule a comprehensive site survey. Our team is eager to assist you in selecting the perfect solution that aligns with your specific requirements.

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      Chiller Units: FAQs

      Is a chiller an AC?

      A chiller operates similarly to an air conditioner as both systems remove heat using a refrigeration cycle. However, chillers are generally used for larger spaces or industrial applications, offering extensive cooling capacity and efficiency for processes and commercial buildings.

      What is the difference between a chiller and a condenser?

      A chiller is an overall cooling unit that removes heat from liquids like water or refrigerants in a number of specific stages. One of these stages is condensation where hot vapour is directed into fins or a coil, which is exposed to the outside air, allowing the heat to be released.

      Which is better, a chiller or an air-cooled chiller?

      Choosing between a water-cooled chiller and an air-cooled chiller depends on specific operational needs and environmental conditions. Water-cooled chillers are more efficient but require more complex infrastructure, whereas air-cooled chillers are simpler to install and maintain.

      What is the most commonly used chiller?

      The most commonly used type of chiller is the air-cooled chiller due to its simplicity, cost-effectiveness, and ease of installation. It is particularly advantageous in areas where water resources are limited, or where there are restrictions on water use.

      What is the difference between an HVAC and a chiller?

      HVAC systems provide comprehensive heating, ventilation, and air conditioning to maintain comfort in residential and commercial settings. Chillers, on the other hand, specifically focus on removing heat from fluids, making them ideal for supporting large-scale industrial cooling processes.

      What is the life expectancy of a chiller?

      Chillers typically have a life expectancy of 15 to 20 years, although this can vary based on the model, usage, and how well they are maintained. Regular maintenance is crucial for maximising a chiller’s operational life and ensuring optimal performance throughout its lifespan.

      Sales FAQs

      What size water chiller do I need?

      We Calculate your load by the following formula:

      Flow rate (l/s) x (diff between inlet temp and outlet temp ) x 4.2 kJ/kg (specific heat capacity f water) 

      Eg:  2.34 x 5 deg c  x 4.2

             Chiller size required is 49.1 kW

      What Kw capacity water chiller do I need?

      To calculate the Duty required we need:

      1. specific heat capacity of the product
      2. weights of product
      3. start temperature of the product
      4. end temperature of the product
      How to size a glycol chiller for my brewery?

      Add up the volume of the fermentation vessels that need to be crash-cooled. 

      Work out the start temp, end temp (deg c) and period of time to achieve the crash cool

      Rule of thumb – allow 1.3 kw per BBL (eg 8 BBL = chiller capacity 10.4 kW)

      What is the ideal chiller size?

      How do I choose the right process chiller for me?

      You need to consider ideal temperatures to operate efficiently. Consider the pump size and flow rates to cool your process. 

      Our technical team can offer advice with no obligations

      What size chiller does my injection moulding machine need?

      Rule of thumb – For every 50 Ton of clamping force you require 2.5 kW cooling capacity 

      So: a 250 Ton injection moulding machine requires a 12.5 kW chiller.

      We recommend a calculation by our technical team to cover individual application

      What is the lead time your process chillers?

      We stock a large range of standard chillers for next day delivery. Special or bespoke are 4-5 weeks lead time from Italy.

      What manufacturer is your cooling chillers?

      Our range is manufactured by Chiller Frigoriferi – CF Chiller a premium manufacturer.

      What type of glycol do I need?

      If your chilled water can be in contact with food product or consumer products then use mono propylene glycol (M.P.G). For standard applications Mono Ethelyne Glycol (M.E.G) can be used.

      How much glycol do I need?

      We recommend a minimum of 25 % volume to ensure that the inhibitors function. Our technical team can calculate this if you can provide an estimate of pipe length and confirm pipe diameter.

      What’s the difference between ZCF and ZCX chiller range

      Our ZCF process chiller contains a plate heat exchanger and inbuilt water filter to clean and protect your water system. Our ZCX has all the components of ZCF with upgraded enhanced coaxial heat exchanger for harsh environments.

      Can the chillers be located outside?

      Yes; all our chillers are IP 54 rated and are suitable for external applications.