InvenSor cooling systems
Cooling with heat – how does it work?
InvenSor chillers generate cold and use heat as the drive energy. As soon as drive heat, e.g. from a solar installation, combined heat and power unit or district-heating network is available, it can be used as an energy-saving and efficient means of cooling.
The cold is provided in the form of cold water, meaning it can be used, for example, for air-conditioning in buildings, for process cooling or for the most varied of other purposes. That means that the chiller can be used for all purposes and in the same way as an electrically powered conventional cold water aggregate.
The InvenSor chiller works on the adsorption principle. Two sub processes alternate with one another in the chiller, thereby achieving a virtually continuous cooling capacity.
In addition to being used for cooling, the chiller can also be used as a heat pump – e.g. for helping to heat a building in the winter. The system can be automatically switched between cooling and heating mode by a higher level control mechanism, enabling automated operation in both states.
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Our chillers operate on the principle of adsorption – find out what that means here.
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