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Cooling Systems

Delivering optimal ambient conditions with Cooling Systems.
Cooling System

Cyclect’s cooling system (ACMV) Engineering supply and install activities are focused on providing high quality, reliable, and efficient cooling solutions for ships, industrial plants, and buildings. It is important to have a properly designed and maintained cooling system in these types of environments to ensure the comfort and productivity of the occupants, as well as to protect sensitive equipment from overheating.

Cyclect is an experienced, accredited, and proven provider of cooling system solutions, with a strong track record of delivering successful projects for a wide range of clients. They have the expertise, experience, and portfolio references to deliver the best possible results for their clients.

In order to meet the high standards and requirements of the industry in Singapore, our systems are designed and installed to comply with relevant standards such as SS 553 Code of practice for air-conditioning and mechanical ventilation in buildings and industry standards such as ASHRAE. Additionally, the company has a strong commitment to quality and safety, and has implemented systems that comply with ISO 9001ISO 45001.

Overall, Cyclect is a reliable and trustworthy partner for any organization in need of a cooling system solution. Their team of skilled professionals has the knowledge and experience to deliver the best possible results, ensuring that their clients’ ships, industrial plants, and buildings are equipped with the most efficient and effective systems available.

Cooling Systems Components

The major components for an industrial plant or building typically include:

  1. A chiller: This is the primary component of the cooling system that produces chilled water, which is then circulated throughout the building or plant to cool the air and other substances.
  2. Cooling tower: A cooling tower is used to reject heat from the chiller to the atmosphere. Water from the chiller is circulated through the cooling tower, where it is cooled by the ambient air before being returned to the chiller to be cooled again.
  3. Pumps: Pumps are used to circulate the chilled water and other fluids throughout the cooling system.
  4. Air handling units: These units are used to distribute cooled air throughout the building or plant. They typically consist of a fan, a filter, and a coil that is used to cool the air.
  5. Ductwork: Ductwork is used to transport the cooled air from the air handling units to the various areas of the building or plant that need to be cooled.
  6. Controls and monitoring systems: These systems are used to regulate and monitor the operation of the cooling system, including the temperature and flow rate of the chilled water and the temperature and humidity of the air in the building or plant.
  7. Heat-recovery cooling equipment, such as absorption chillers and heat pumps, use waste heat or other forms of energy to power their cooling processes, resulting in improved energy efficiency and reduced energy costs.
  8. Thermal storage equipment, such as ice storage systems or chilled water storage tanks, allows excess cooling capacity to be stored for use during periods of high demand, improving the overall efficiency of the cooling system and reducing energy costs.

Chiller Types

There are several types of chillers, including:
  1. Air-cooled chillers: These chillers use air to cool the refrigerant that is used to cool the water or other substance being chilled.
  2. Water-cooled chillers: These chillers use water to cool the refrigerant, rather than air.
  3. Evaporative chillers: These chillers use evaporation to cool the refrigerant, rather than relying on a mechanical refrigeration cycle.
  4. Screw chillers: These chillers use screw compressors to compress the refrigerant, rather than reciprocating compressors.
  5. Centrifugal chillers: These chillers use a centrifugal compressor to compress the refrigerant, rather than a reciprocating compressor.
  6. Absorption chillers: These chillers use an absorption refrigeration cycle, rather than a mechanical refrigeration cycle, to produce chilled water.
  7. Magnetic bearing chillers: These chillers use magnetic bearings to support the rotating parts of the compressor, rather than traditional bearings.
  8. Scroll chillers: These chillers use scroll compressors, rather than reciprocating compressors, to compress the refrigerant.

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