Concrete Cooling Water Chillers
All around the world, temperature controlled concrete is used to build large sized sets and to fill in the large scaled bases of high buildings. The heat exchanged with water during the process, increases the temperature of the concrete to 25C, causing the volume to expand. However, after the operations, the temperature of the concrete falls and the volume shrinks. The above-mentioned process generally leads to cracks in the sets, so the initial filling temperature of the concrete should be low enough to ensure that the maximum temperature reached during the operations does not exceed the value set by the design units. Using + 1C / + 2C cold water together with the flake ice is the most effective precooling method. Every 10kg of flake ice reduces the temperature of concrete down to 12C to 14C.
Nesim fulfills the needs of some of the world’s largest ice facilities for concrete cooling projects.
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