Here is a list of 13 Cooling Equipment categories. It encompasses a wide range including seawater cooling systems, electronic cooling equipment, coolant systems, cooling towers, etc. You can search for an overview, principle, and usage of each category, as well as find manufacturers and distributors.
Cooling Equipment is a general term for equipment used to remove heat from water, oil, products, equipment, raw materials, etc., to maintain them at the proper temperature.
Industrial cooling equipment can be divided into three main categories: those used for cooling necessary for production and manufacturing processes, those used for internal cooling of equipment, and those used for air conditioning of facilities and equipment.
Cooling required for production and manufacturing processes in agriculture, fisheries, and factories is called process cooling, which can be broadly classified into cooling equipment and material cooling. Cooling equipment is used to reduce the heat generated by equipment such as metal processing machines, printing presses, semiconductor manufacturing equipment, and medical devices, and to prevent malfunctions and loss of accuracy, thereby improving production efficiency and safety.
For example, chiller units and cooling equipment, which cool water and other heat media.
On the other hand, product cooling is used to improve quality and production efficiency by cooling heat from injection moldings, metalworking products, plating solvents, and food products to a temperature suitable for processing and storage.
One example is seawater cooling equipment, which cools seawater in the fish tanks of fishing vessels to maintain the freshness of the catch. Cooling equipment differs greatly in its cooling mechanism, so it is important to select the right type according to the environment in which it will be used and its intended use.
Cooling equipment used for air conditioning of large-scale facilities and equipment includes chiller units and cooling towers that utilize vaporization heat.
The main energy efficiency evaluation criteria for Cooling Equipment are the "energy consumption coefficient (COP)," which indicates the operating efficiency at 100% load, and the "period performance factor (IPLV)," which is a weighted average of the operating efficiency at 100%, 75%, 50%, and 25% load, plus the rate of occurrence. It is recommended to select a more energy-efficient system after considering COP and IPLV, respectively.
*This ranking is solely among the companies registered with Metoree, sorted by the number of employees. Please use this as a rough guide to understand their scale.