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Introduction onIntroduction on District Cooling SystemDistrict Cooling System
District cooling indicates the centralDistri...
How doesHow does
it workit work
District cooling systems, are includedDistrict cooling systems, are included
collective to...
How doesHow does
it workit work
A cooling system operates in closed-A cooling system operates in closed-
circuit as well a...
How doesHow does
it workit work
District cooling is based on chilled waterDistrict cooling is based on chilled water
being...
How doesHow does
it workit work
The temperature of the water fed to commercialThe temperature of the water fed to commerci...
BenefitsBenefits
 -Depend on 40 percent much more reliable, as bigger-Depend on 40 percent much more reliable, as bigger
...
BenefitsBenefits
 -Have lower operating costs, as energy experts manage-Have lower operating costs, as energy experts man...
BenefitsBenefits
 -Are eco-friendly, as they use approximately 40 percent-Are eco-friendly, as they use approximately 40 ...
BenefitsBenefits -Provide a higher level of reliability,-Provide a higher level of reliability,
as they are developed wit...
BenefitsBenefits
 -Have less surprises-financial-Have less surprises-financial
requirements are foreseeable, andrequireme...
ConclusionConclusion
 The District Cooling System (DCS) has a lot ofThe District Cooling System (DCS) has a lot of
advant...
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  1. 1. District Cooling SystemDistrict Cooling System Brought to you byBrought to you by COOLRICH ENGINEERING (M) SDN BHDCOOLRICH ENGINEERING (M) SDN BHD www.coolrich.comwww.coolrich.com
  2. 2. Introduction onIntroduction on District Cooling SystemDistrict Cooling System District cooling indicates the centralDistrict cooling indicates the central manufacturing and distribution of coolingmanufacturing and distribution of cooling energy. Chilled water is provided by means ofenergy. Chilled water is provided by means of an underground insulated pipeline to office,an underground insulated pipeline to office, commercial as well as household structures tocommercial as well as household structures to cool down the interior air of the buildings withincool down the interior air of the buildings within a district. Specifically designed devices in eacha district. Specifically designed devices in each structure after that utilize this water tostructure after that utilize this water to decrease the temperature level of air goingdecrease the temperature level of air going through the building's cooling system.through the building's cooling system.
  3. 3. How doesHow does it workit work District cooling systems, are includedDistrict cooling systems, are included collective tools to produce and distributecollective tools to produce and distribute chilled water. Chilled water is produced bychilled water. Chilled water is produced by production plants as well as dispersed byproduction plants as well as dispersed by water pipes (the distribution network) towater pipes (the distribution network) to structures furnished with energy transitionstructures furnished with energy transition terminals (sub-stations). The cooled waterterminals (sub-stations). The cooled water after that provides a few of its coolingafter that provides a few of its cooling properties to the structure's replacements.properties to the structure's replacements.
  4. 4. How doesHow does it workit work A cooling system operates in closed-A cooling system operates in closed- circuit as well as constantly includes atcircuit as well as constantly includes at least 2 water pipes; one of which carriesleast 2 water pipes; one of which carries the chilled water to the end-user, as wellthe chilled water to the end-user, as well as the various other which brings it backas the various other which brings it back towards the production plant.towards the production plant. The district cooling systems consequentlyThe district cooling systems consequently include a three key of essential elements:include a three key of essential elements: the production plants, the circulationthe production plants, the circulation network as well as the energy transfernetwork as well as the energy transfer terminals.terminals.
  5. 5. How doesHow does it workit work District cooling is based on chilled waterDistrict cooling is based on chilled water being distributed in a network ofbeing distributed in a network of pipelines in the exact same basic wayspipelines in the exact same basic ways as district heating. The modernas district heating. The modern technology itself is basic. You cooltechnology itself is basic. You cool water in an area and after that feed it viawater in an area and after that feed it via a network of water pipes to homes,a network of water pipes to homes, offices, hospitals, market and also otheroffices, hospitals, market and also other environments in need of cooling. Theenvironments in need of cooling. The chilly water pumped around the districtchilly water pumped around the district cooling network is used to cool the aircooling network is used to cool the air circulating in the properties' ventilationcirculating in the properties' ventilation systems. The same water is then fedsystems. The same water is then fed back to the manufacturing plant to beback to the manufacturing plant to be cooled down once again.cooled down once again.
  6. 6. How doesHow does it workit work The temperature of the water fed to commercialThe temperature of the water fed to commercial properties is around 6 degrees, while the returnproperties is around 6 degrees, while the return water remains in extra of 16 degrees. The returnwater remains in extra of 16 degrees. The return water is heated up as long as feasible whilewater is heated up as long as feasible while facilities and processes are being cooled.facilities and processes are being cooled. At the property, a heat exchanger is often used toAt the property, a heat exchanger is often used to connect to the structure's cooling system.connect to the structure's cooling system. Adjustment to an existing system needs simplyAdjustment to an existing system needs simply minor changes.minor changes.
  7. 7. BenefitsBenefits  -Depend on 40 percent much more reliable, as bigger-Depend on 40 percent much more reliable, as bigger systems are significantly a lot more energy-efficient thansystems are significantly a lot more energy-efficient than small, individual units.small, individual units.  -Require much lower capital expenses, as they eliminate-Require much lower capital expenses, as they eliminate the demand for chillers, cooling towers, pumps as well asthe demand for chillers, cooling towers, pumps as well as various other individual systems.various other individual systems.
  8. 8. BenefitsBenefits  -Have lower operating costs, as energy experts manage-Have lower operating costs, as energy experts manage them all the time, maintaining prices low with fuel andthem all the time, maintaining prices low with fuel and also energy diversityalso energy diversity  -Save building space that could be used for better-Save building space that could be used for better functions (such as rental revenue).functions (such as rental revenue).  -Eliminate noise and vibration caused by cooling or-Eliminate noise and vibration caused by cooling or heating equipmentheating equipment
  9. 9. BenefitsBenefits  -Are eco-friendly, as they use approximately 40 percent-Are eco-friendly, as they use approximately 40 percent less electrical power compared to traditional cooling orless electrical power compared to traditional cooling or heating system. District cooling systems also capture theheating system. District cooling systems also capture the majority of the heat energy created in power productionmajority of the heat energy created in power production and also use it to generate steam as well as hot and alsoand also use it to generate steam as well as hot and also chilled water (cogeneration).chilled water (cogeneration).
  10. 10. BenefitsBenefits -Provide a higher level of reliability,-Provide a higher level of reliability, as they are developed with enoughas they are developed with enough capacity to guarantee power iscapacity to guarantee power is always readily available at the mainalways readily available at the main plant.plant. Circulation systems are typicallyCirculation systems are typically made with multiple loopholes ormade with multiple loopholes or various other backup to givevarious other backup to give additional distribution reliability.additional distribution reliability.
  11. 11. BenefitsBenefits  -Have less surprises-financial-Have less surprises-financial requirements are foreseeable, andrequirements are foreseeable, and you only spend for the energy youyou only spend for the energy you use.use.  -Enable a better level of flexibility,-Enable a better level of flexibility, as building demands can rise oras building demands can rise or down without the need to changedown without the need to change the main plant's capacitythe main plant's capacity
  12. 12. ConclusionConclusion  The District Cooling System (DCS) has a lot ofThe District Cooling System (DCS) has a lot of advantages to the society. It contributes seriously toadvantages to the society. It contributes seriously to maintain the ecological and also the energeticmaintain the ecological and also the energetic influence as a result of the property development ofinfluence as a result of the property development of cities and also dense city locations.cities and also dense city locations.  The projection done on DCS consumer, representing ofThe projection done on DCS consumer, representing of cooling requirements, shows a large benefit in favor ofcooling requirements, shows a large benefit in favor of the DCS on the limitation of electric usage as well asthe DCS on the limitation of electric usage as well as greenhouse effect contributiongreenhouse effect contribution
  13. 13. District Cooling SystemDistrict Cooling System brought to you bybrought to you by COOLRICH ENGINEERING (M) SDN BHDCOOLRICH ENGINEERING (M) SDN BHD www.coolrich.comwww.coolrich.com

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