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Oil Chiller

An oil chiller is a device used to cool lubricating oil in machinery and industrial processes. It works by circulating the oil through a cooling system, such as a cooled water bath or a refrigeration unit, before returning it to the machinery. This helps to reduce the operating temperature of the machinery.

Oil Chiller Application :

  1. Hydraulic oil cooling: In industrial and heavy-duty machinery, oil chillers are used to lower the temperature of hydraulic oil, thereby ensuring optimal performance and longevity of the equipment. Where the machinery is operated at high temperatures or under heavy loads, as the cooled oil can help to reduce wear and tear on the equipment.
  2. Fastener industry : Oil chillers are used to fastener industry.
  3. Chemical industry: Oil chillers are used to chemical industry for cool various types of fluids and chemicals that are used in the manufacturing process.
  4. Manufacturing: Manufacturing facilities employ oil chillers for cooling lubricating oil in various types of machine tools, including lathes and milling machines, as well as in robots and other automated equipment. By using oil chillers, the temperature of lubricating oil can be efficiently controlled, thereby enhancing the performance and durability of the equipment. Reducing the temperature of the lubricating oil yields several benefits such as improved precision in the manufacturing process, decreased machinery wear and tear, and ultimately, an extended lifespan of the lubricant.
  5. Power Generation: In power generation facilities, oil chillers are used to cool the lubricating oil in generators, turbines, and other equipment.
  6. Food Processing: In food processing facilities, oil chillers are used to cool lubricating oil in equipment such as conveyors, mixers, and packaging machines.
  7. Marine: In marine industry, oil chillers are used to cool lubricating oil in marine engines and other equipment. Prolong the life of the lubricating oil, reduce the risk of overheating, and improve the reliability of the marine equipment.
  8. Automotive: Oil chillers can also be used in automotive manufacturing to cool lubricating oil used in assembly line machinery, such as robotic welding arms and conveyor systems.

Oil chillers can be customized to meet the particular needs of a this application and can be integrated into existing machinery or used as stand-alone units.

Oil Chiller Specification :

Oil chillers are typically specified by a number of technical parameters, including:

  1. Cooling Capacity: The quantity of heat that a chiller is capable of extracting from the lubricating oil is typically measured in units of watts or BTUs per hour.
  2. Flow Rate: The Flow rate at which the oil is circulated through the chiller, typically measured in gallons per minute / liters per minute .
  3. Temperature Control: This refers to the chiller's ability to maintain a specific temperature range for the lubricating oil. Many oil chillers have digital temperature controllers that allow for precise temperature control.
  4. Refrigerant: The chiller may use a refrigerant such as R-134A, R-407C, R-404A, R-22 and R-410A to transfer the heat from the lubricating oil to the cooling medium.
  5. Voltage: The oil chiller may require a specific voltage such as 110V, 220V, 380V and 440V.
  6. Dimensions: The physical size and weight of the oil chiller, which can be an important factor when considering the installation location.
  7. Noise level: The chiller's noise level, which is usually quantified in decibels (dB), is a measurable aspect.
  8. Safety Features: The chiller may have safety features such as over-temperature protection, high pressure switch, low pressure switch, and others for safety and longevity of the equipment.
  9. Efficiencies: The efficiency of the chiller can be measured in terms of coefficient of performance or seasonal energy efficiency ratio .
  10. It's important to consult with the manufacturer or a chiller expert to specify the right oil chiller for your application and requirements.

It's important to consult with the manufacturer or a chiller expert to specify the right oil chiller for your application and requirements.