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Energy Consumption Calculator

Energy Consumption Calculator

Chiller  Use this calculator for thermal energy and hot water production in boiler or thermal energy needed for heating the specified flow rate of water or some other fluid. 
You can also use  it for heat exchanger dimensioning and flow rate calculation or energy exchange rate calculation in heat exchangers. It can be used for chilled water production calculations when power of refrigeration is known or it can calculate hot air production if input power is known and  many other applications in industrial space heating and cooling which are not covered here.

Accurately measure temperatures on the inlet and outlet and calculate power, heat load, heat transfer, thermal energy mass flow rate, velocity or diameter using thermal energy calculator.

This Thermal energy calculator can be used for both heating and cooling in industrial space heating.

You can use this calculator to calculate thermal power of hot water boilers, radiators, heat exchangers, chillers cold water production, hot water production in boilers, hot air production in air heaters and many other purposes.

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