HOW TO USE YOUR GLYCOL CHILLER TO COOL A SPACE
We use fan coils, the one in the video is on a portable cart. Glycol gets pumped through the coil and airflow pushes through, cooling your space. These are typically hung from a rafter, the ceiling, someplace in your
facility or in a cold room. When it comes time for you to figure how much cooling power you’re going to need, call for an analysis on cooling your space and sizing assistance.
HOW DO I CHECK PUMP ROTATION DIRECTION?
You see a low glycol pressure on your glycol pressure gauge. This may indicate a backwards pump. Rotation is indicated on the head of the pump, you’ll see an arrow going counter-clockwise. This is the direction you want the pump spinning. If you turn the motor around and look at the backside and remove the cap, you’ll see a shaft located in the center. When the pump is running, you will want to see the shaft spinning clockwise. (Because you have the unit turned backwards) That will verify proper pump rotation on your system. It is a good idea to get a certified electrician to help with this process.