Used Chiller Units Under One Roof
As GSD HVAC Used Chiller Services, we address all aspects of a used chillers. We professionally analyze the technical, operational and physical condition of the chillers, renew by using genuine parts. At the end of the process we put on sale or rent.
We offer our used chillers, whichs overhaul and revision process have been completed. We pass through the all process in order to offer you the market fair price and to create value by minimizing your costs. All the compressors are overhauled in our workshop by our specialized technical team. They are brought to a level that can be replaced with new products. Thus, all chillers and compressor are kept in our stocks ready for shipment.
Our service team provides services on the installation of chillers, compressors and technical support after start up, upon request.
Used Chiller Brands
Used Air-Cooled Chillers
Air-cooled chillers are almost always located outside of a building and remove heat from the chilled water by exhausting the heat directly to the surrounding air.
Air-cooled chillers exhaust heat from the condenser coil. As warm refrigerant passes through the condenser coil, the outside air blows over the condenser coil and removes heat from the refrigerant.
The refrigerant then passes through an expansion valve, where it rapidly cools and goes through the evaporator, where it cools the chilled water. This process is then repeated all over again.
Used Water-Cooled Chillers
Water-cooled chillers are almost always located inside of a building. They work almost the same way as air-cooled chillers. The difference is that they remove heat from chilled water by exhausting the heat to a second, isolated water line called the condenser water line.
The condenser water flows through the chiller and picks up heat. The condenser water then returns to the cooling tower. The cooling tower is almost always located outside of the building and removes heat from the condenser water by evaporating some of the condenser water into the atmosphere.
As some of the condenser water evaporates, heat is removed from the condenser water, and the cool condenser water flows back to the chiller. This process is then repeated all over again.