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Simply put, an HVAC commercial chiller is a unit that cools and regulates the temperature of your entire building. There are three main types of industrial chillers:
Air-cooled chillers - usually appropriate for small to medium sized spaces. Air chillers use the surrounding air as the condensation source and a fan that moves the air over the coil.
Water-cooled chillers - usually appropriate for medium to large spaces. Water chillers are mechanical refrigeration units that dehumidify air and cool fluids in commercial buildings.
Evaporative condensed chillers - can run efficiently on less horsepower than air and water cooled chillers, which can result in reduced energy costs This chiller is considered a hybrid between air-cooled condensers and water-cooled condensers. It uses the rules of heat rejection to initiate an evaporative process.
You can book a free consultation with one of our engineers, who will be happy to schedule an onsite visit to determine which option would work best for your commercial space. We can go over your options and the advantages of each chiller type in detail, so you can make an informed decision.
Commercial chillers generally use less energy than other types of air conditioning systems. Industrial chillers are designed to have greater energy efficiency and reduce operating costs. Commercial chillers have also been proven to deliver a higher and more consistent level of cooling and comfort for your tenants to enjoy. Keeping your occupants happy year-round results in better employee morale and improved production.
If you already have an HVAC commercial chiller, we recommend investing in one of our HVAC preventive maintenance service packages. Just like the appliances and central air conditioning system in your home, your commercial chiller suffers wear and tear throughout the year. It is not a matter of when a unit will require repair, it is only a matter of when. Without preventative maintenance, an HVAC system is more likely to experience issues and breakdowns. . Signing a preventative maintenance contract allows our teams to perform routine inspections and address potential problems long before they impact you and your tenants.
Our HVAC preventative maintenance agreement includes twice a year inspections that take place before the weather gets especially hot or cold. Our technicians have years of experience performing these checks on commercial and industrial buildings throughout the Greensboro area. They are trained to look for all types of issues. From issues requiring an immediate tune-up to recognizing the potential for problems that may be an issue down the road. This way, they can provide a fix now and avoid an emergency in the future.
Our expert service technicians will:
We also offer emergency services with 24/7 support. We have been in the commercial heating and air conditioning industry for long enough to understand that emergencies don’t wait for normal business hours. We are prepared to conduct emergency air-conditioning or heater repair at any time of the day or night.
The reason so many companies in Greensboro and surrounding areas use our HVAC services is that they trust our preventive maintenance programs. As a building owner or property manager, you already have a lot on your plate. When you work with us, you can rest easy knowing that your HVAC needs are being met. We do our best to avoid headaches and emergencies while keeping your system running at peak efficiency.
This may be a great time to evaluate any other additional HVAC needs besides your commercial chiller. There is a reason that businesses in every industry throughout Greensboro, High Point, Burlington, Thomasville, Kernersville, Wilmington, and surrounding areas rely on Superior Mechanical to provide professional heating and cooling system repair and maintenance services.
Our Additional Services
We offer all new clients a free consultation call that allows us to come to your property and examine your current systems. After the on-site evaluation, we will present our findings, including any maintenance agreements we think are the right fit for your heating and cooling systems. This is also the time for you to ask us any questions about what’s included in our maintenance checks, how we can save you money on your energy bills, and anything else regarding your heating and air conditioning systems.
We provide quality Commercial HVAC repair and installation, Heating and Air Emergency Services, and Air Quality upgrades.