Updated: Feb 14
When you have a refrigeration project, it's important to look at all of the options because one size doesn't fit all. When you work with us, we consider a multitude of factors to get you the best system.
One of the things we look at for your project is the type of system (centralized, distributed, modular, etc.)
In this post we'll look at an overview of modular and distributed systems.
Modular and distributed refrigeration systems can have many benefits and advantages depending on your application.
Modular systems are perfect for serving current needs but making it easy to expand in the future by phasing in expansion modules, increasing chilling capacity as you grow.
Multistage chillers incorporate multiple compressor circuits:
reducing compressor cycling
providing better temp. control
The independent circuits also provide redundancy allowing you to meet part/ your entire refrigeration load while an adjacent circuit requires service.
Distributed systems can be a great option for your facility if you need de-centralized chilling or do not have a mechanical room.
Distributed systems can potentially:
require less piping and refrigerant depending on your application
make installation and maintenance easier
lower associated costs
Check out the Advansor Value Pack II Distributed System which is designed to split into 3 sections when needed.
Complimentary project assistance: we go beyond the equipment
Contact us for a free consultation so we can get you the best system for your application! We evaluate your current system & long-term needs to get you the highest efficiency and lowest cost system.
We help you plan your entire project start to finish and offer complimentary assistance with piping, design & layout, sizing, and anything else you may need!