The WW5001 uses facility water as a hot side heat dissipation mechanism, which increases the cooling capacity while maintaining form factor. The WW Series system is designed to operate using water as coolant.
- Cooling to ambient
- High heat pumping capacity
- Compact form factor
- Long life operation
* ΔT (Coolant Outlet - Facility Water In) is the temperature difference between the facility water temperature and the coolant temperature that is at the outlet of the heat exchanger during steady-state operation. This temperature difference would initially be 0 and increase to the steady state value under load. This would also be the temperature at the inlet to the application.
** ΔT (Coolant Return - Facility Water In) is the temperature difference between the facility water temperature and the outlet temperature of the application at the nominal coolant flow. More flow (application pressure drop less than nominal) would necessarily mean a smaller ΔT.
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Revision: 00 Date: 06-01-2022
Print Date: 03-25-2023