Using Glycol in Your Chiller

Glycol in Your Chiller

Using glycol in your chiller may prove to be beneficial because it reduces the freezing point of process fluid and ensures that it continues to flow at the operating temperature.  Using inhibited glycol in your system will prevent scale and corrosion from forming, algae and bacteria will not grow and metals such as copper, brass, steel cast iron and aluminum are protected.  However, there are some things to know when using glycol in your chiller […]

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Air-Cooled Chillers – Answering the What Question


Air-Cooled Chillers are basically a refrigeration system that work by transferring the heat energy from fluids.  Air-Cooled Chillers are used in a wide variety of settings and industries including medical, pharmaceutical, chemical, biotechnology, semiconductor, food, construction, plastic, and many others Air-Cooled Chillers condense refrigerant.  This is accomplished by relying on a condenser, cooled by the ambient air, and fans to move the air over a finned coil to condense the refrigerant.  The heat removed by […]

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BV Thermal Interviews with HVAC Instructor Joe Lyon of Bates Technical College


At Budzar Industries, we strive to stay up to date on developments within the HVAC industry. To achieve this, we regularly interview industry experts on our blog. Our next interviewee for our blog series featuring HVAC industry professionals is Joe Lyon of Bates Technical College in Tacoma, Washington. Joe Lyon is an instructor within the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration program and has years of experience working and teaching in the HVAC industry. In […]

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