Low-temperature chillers generally refer to units whose outlet temperature is lower than or equal to 5°C. Low-temperature chillers are usually used for low-temperature requirements on some special production lines in the industry. Low-temperature chillers can generally reach -35°C.
Due to the low temperature of the outlet water, low-temperature chillers are quite different from conventional chillers in terms of unit design. The most basic difference is that on the chilled water side, the cryogenic unit needs to be added with the appropriate type and concentration of antifreeze.

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