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Commercial Chillers

GCB Chillers offers an array of energy-efficient HVAC chiller systems to meet your commercial needs.

Keep Your Facility Cool with an Industrial or Commercial Chiller

They say if you can’t take the heat, then get out of the kitchen. Fortunately, a chiller system from GCB Chillers can always take the heat. Whether it’s keeping your employees cool on a hot summer’s day or needing to maintain certain temperatures for your product, your business needs a cost-efficient and energy-efficient chiller system. GCB Chillers has a solution that can help.

We Specialize in Vapor Compression Chillers

At GCB, we specialize in energy-efficient vapor compression technology. These types of chillers use a compressor to push a refrigerant (AKA the cooling agent) around the system and to quickly and efficiently remove heat from the environment. At GCB Chillers, we install both types of chillers: air-cooled and water-cooled chillers. Depending on your operations, GCB can expertly recommend the best refrigeration system for your business.

Air Chilled System

Air-cooled chillers use the air around the HVAC system to cool the heated refrigerant. These unit types are commonly used when heat discharge is not as much of an issue, as it transfers the heat into the air. Air-cooled chillers only have a few parts, so they’re easy to install and don’t require a lot of space.

Water Chilled System

Water-cooled chillers use water located in a separate cooling tower to condense or cool the refrigerant. Despite a higher upfront cost, a commercial or industrial water-cooled chiller is highly efficient, typically lasts longer and has the potential to save big on cooling costs.

We Offer Several Types of Compressor Technology

As you know, every business is unique. There HVAC shouldn’t be any different. That’s why GCB Chillers offers chillers with several different types of compressors to better fit your business’s precise cooling load.

Centrifugal Chillers

  • Only used in water-cooled chillers.
  • Ideal for medium to large cooling loads (150 to 6,000 tons of refrigeration).
  • Uses rotating impellers that compress the refrigerant and moves it around the system.
  • Capable of extra-large cooling loads (requires two compressors).
  • Highly energy-efficient.

Turbocor Chillers

  • Used in air-cooled and water-cooled chillers.
  • Ideal for all cooling loads (60 to 1,500 tons of refrigeration).
  • Uses rotating impellers that compress the refrigerant and moves it around the system.
  • Perfect for any building, small to large.

Reciprocating Chillers

  • Used in air-cooled and water-cooled chillers.
  • Ideal for small to medium cooling loads (50 to 500 tons of refrigeration).
  • Uses a piston and chamber to compress the refrigerant.
  • Semi-hermetic compressor (can be easily repaired).

Screw Chillers

  • Used in air-cooled and water-cooled chillers.
  • Ideal for small to medium cooling loads (70 to 600 tons of refrigeration).
  • Uses two rotating helical rotors to compress the refrigerant.
  • Semi-hermetic compressor (can be easily repaired).

Scroll Chillers

  • Used in air-cooled and water-cooled chillers.
  • Ideal for small to medium cooling loads (40 to 400 tons of refrigeration).
  • Use two spiral plates (with only one rotating) to compress the refrigerant.
  • Don’t have as many moving parts (more reliable).
  • Ideal for small buildings.

Our Skilled HVAC Service Technicians are Available 24/7

Sometimes, things just happen and you need chiller repair technicians outside of regular business hours. That’s why GCB Chillers offers our customers 24/7 service from our highly skilled technicians to address your air conditioning problem when you need it solved — not until the next business day.

We Offer Industry-Specific Chiller Service

Apartment Complexes

Education

Hospitality

Offices

Breweries

Healthcare

Industrial

Stadiums & Outdoor Venues

In Need of Chiller Assistance?

There are lots to consider, but GCB Chillers can help you decide which HVAC unit is right for your business. We’ll help you get it right the first time, every time.

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