Cyclone filtration protects chilled-water systems

The closed-circuit cooling system in the Bishops Square office development in Spitalfields, London, is protected by CSF sidestream filtration units featuring Cobra cyclone separators. The sophisticated automatic control systems in the chilled-water air-conditioning systems of this 74 700 m2 office complex dictate that system cleanliness is paramount. Using centrifugal separation technology, the Cobra Cyclone units will provide automatic continuous filtration and dirt removal down to 5 µm with minimal operator attention. All the filtered material is collected in a collection unit for disposal as a solid waste without water loss from the system, reducing the cost of chemical treatment and glycol.
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