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Central chiller The term 'Central chiller' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' Any centrally located air conditioning system that produces chilled water in order to cool air. The chilled water or cold air is then distributed throughout the building, using pipes or air ducts or both. These systems are also commonly known as 'chillers,' 'centrifugal chillers,' 'reciprocating chillers,' or 'absorption chillers.' Chillers are generally located in or just outside the building they serve. Buildings receiving district chilled water are served by chillers located at central physical plants'.
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