The Benefits of an Off Line Cooling System


Every computer generates heat during operation, and this can destroy it if the system is not adequately cooled. To do this, a PC must use a water cooling system. These systems use a pump, reservoir, tubing, and cooler to keep the coolant in motion.

The first step is to install the system inside the case. This requires a few modifications to the power supply unit and some tube cutting.
High efficiency

Cooling systems that are idle and without water circulation provide ideal conditions for problem-causing microbiological growth. This can cause corrosion issues, pitting damage, tube fouling and system shut down when the systems are reactivated.

The most popular type of large-scale heat rejection equipment is open-loop cooling towers due to their expansive availability, reasonable first-cost and energy efficiency. However, they require regular water/fluid filtration and treatment to avoid scaling, biofilm formation and water turbidity.

In addition, they are susceptible to pressure pulses in the return line that can cause hydraulic cooler leaks and premature cooling tower failure. This can be alleviated with an Offline Oil Cooling system. This system is comprised of an oil pump for suctioning Hydraulic/Gear /Lube Oil from the tank and passing it through a cooling cooler before returning back to the sump. This removes the hydraulic cooler from the return line and prevents pressure pulses that can damage it. It also saves 90% eletricity costs.
Easy to install

The off line cooling system uses your plant’s existing liquid, avoiding the need to run new oil through your compressor. It is easy to install, and it doesn’t require any changes in the original circuit. Its simple control panel offers digital and manual operation to suit your needs. It is also energy efficient, helping you to save money on your electricity bill. Its high-performance cooling performance ensures your machine runs at an optimal temperature and improves machining accuracy. When choosing a system, make sure it is properly sized to meet your plant’s needs. An undersized unit will not cool adequately and will cycle on and off too often, shortening the compressor’s lifespan.
Reliably cool

A cooling system is an essential part of your engine. It keeps the internal temperature of your engine below optimum levels for efficient operation and performance. It also protects your engine against damage caused by overheating. However, this does not mean that you do not need to check your cooling system on a regular basis.

MIT researchers have developed a new cooling technology that combines radiative, evaporative and thermal insulation in one package. It resembles existing solar panels and can deliver up to 19 degrees Fahrenheit (9.3 degrees Celsius) of cooling, enough to extend food life in humid conditions that limit the effectiveness of other evaporative and radiant cooling systems.

The cooling system works by drawing hydraulic / gear / mineral oil from the sump, passing it through an air blast oil cooler and returning it to the sump after being cooled. This means the cooler never sees the pressure pulses that can cause a pressure burst or premature coolant pump failure in other designs.
Low maintenance

In an off line cooling system the seawater is only used for cooling so the corrosion of piping and valves reduces. In addition, the water temperature is maintained warm avoiding cold corrosion of engine components.

Ensure water quality is managed through a well-performing water treatment program and Legionella testing. Maintain a disinfectant residual at or above the specified level. Maintain a stable pH (consult manufacturer recommendations). Flush low-flow pipe runs and dead legs on a weekly basis.

Perform off-line disinfection and cleaning of the cooling towers, and other closed system equipment, annually or more frequently if required by a water quality management plan. Consider filtration to reduce the level of suspended solids in the cooling water based on system factors. Perform an off-line Legionella test if necessary to identify any potential problems.


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