An efficient design concept at your chiller plant can reduce costs. Your chillers, pumps, fans, and other working parts should all be able to handle stand-alone use as well as work as part of a system.
Condenser water piping uses a water loop and pump to circulate water from your chiller to the building. Variable flow speed pumping systems are more intricate and complicated to design but are an essential chiller energy efficiency measure. Rather than making your system run at full capacity at all times, it measures the load requirements, and runs are at a far more efficient rate.
Chilled water loads need to offset the heat brought into your building by weather and internal elements like lighting. Cooling loads that utilize coil air handle transfers heat from atmospheric air to circulating chilled water, improving efficiency.