Centrifugal & Heavy Equipment Service
All Chillers are equipped with components called Heat Exchangers. They are designed to transfers “heat” collected from the occupied space or solution its cooling and moving that heat to a place where it is un-objectable.
How They Work
An example of this process is carried out by your car’s ‘radiator'. When you fill the radiator in your car with “water or coolant”, it is pumped through several ports located in the engine. As the water flows through these ports, it absorbs the heat generated by the engine. This process heats up the water, which is then transferred to the radiator for cooling. The heated water is cooled down by the ambient air - blown across the fins of the radiator - by fans. The cycle is repeated every time you start your engine.
At Peake Technologies, a team of specially trained technicians has spent the last 45 years providing our industry with the highest quality of services required for maintaining large Chillers. Our technicians are trained to inspect, analyze, and tear-down, overhaul and rebuilding these intricate units.
There are well over 100,000 Centrifugal Chillers in operation around the world. Over the last century, these machines have proven to be the work horses of the air-conditioning industry; particularly when it comes to the economic principles required for cooling large facilities today.
We also provide condenser tube cleaning to our brand name units and analysis on Chiller performance. Give us a call to have your Chiller system checked today.