Coefficients of performance (CoP) for cooling systems are determined by configuring facilities based on cooling duration, re-cooling, pumps, selected temperature levels and operating methods. An initial step for optimisation is the analysis of actual conditions, based on available data or measurements of power input, temperature level and volume flow rates. Through the use of our calculation tools we then identify the potential for savings of our different possible measures. Examples of these are adaptations in temperature levels of cooling water or re-cooling and the optimisation of the pumps. We simulate plant operations, like the free cooling usage for e.g., which is generated by directly utilizing cold water from re-cooling plants and in turn not requiring any chillers. Relevant weather data from your site is taken into consideration throughout this process.
In Addition to this, we also analyse – by using our calculation tools – the profitability of integrating absorption chillers, which utilise heat instead of electricity to conduct cooling productions.