Calorie Calculation

Chiller is taken into account, so the choice of many factors, including your Application or installation, be sure hope you receive a professional consultation to check with your distributor for our products.

M x C x T

[Step.1] Make heat removal capacity
▶ Check the heat removal capacity (kW) generated from an external device. (1kW=860kcal/hr)

Q = M x C x T

Q : Heat removal capacity, kcal/hr
M : Per mass of Bath solution. kg/hr
[Flow of Bath solution(L/min) x Bath solution of Speific gravity (kg/L) x 60 min/hr]
C : Specific heat of Bath solution. kcal/kgㆍ℃
[If the solution is water Bath, Specific heat of water = 1 kcal/kgㆍ℃]
T : Flowing into Application Bath solution temperature (Tout) and Bath solution temperature (Tin) a difference between the incoming

Heat removal capacity calculated by the above equation is the tube (length, insulation state), the external device can result in the loss of cooling capacity, depending on the state of the (material, thickness, surface). Therefore, adds to the safety factor of 20% to 30% for sufficient cooling capacity.

[Step.2] Make specifications Pump
▶ Check the Flow rate (L / min) and Pressure required by the Application to select the proper pump.

[Step.3] Electrical requirements
▶ Check the electrical requirements of the selected Chiller, to ensure that the supply to the place you want to use.

[Step.4] Make specifications Pump
▶ Check the piping and the Application to connect with Chiller (fitting, adapter, tubing, etc.).

Chiller is taken into account, so the choice of many factors, including your Application or installation, be sure hope you receive a professional consultation to check with your distributor for our products.