The chiller produces cold or hot water (depending on the season).
The water is circulated through the house by a pump to an internal fan coil unit (also known as a Nachshon Fan).
The system is relatively small and so doesn’t take up a lot of space. Also, the unit has a long life span of up to 20 years of usage (a lot in relation to water based cooling systems).
The chiller requires very little maintenance other than for unusual faults and its electrical consumption is relatively low.
A common question often asked is to what is the lowest temperature that water can be cooled to with a chiller? The answer is unclear as it depends on a number of factors such a pipe length, the strength of the compressor and the amount of gas used.
A compact, space saving device.
Long life span – 15 – 20 years.
Help reserve property value – real estate agents and brokers will factor it into the building value.
A building with a chiller is a one of a higher standard.
Low maintenance levels.
Relative saving when connecting to the buildings main electrical connections as opposed to spit and small central air conditioning units.
Savings of approximately 20% in electricity costs when compared with a small central air conditioning units due to the usage coefficient and compressor efficiency.