Industrial ICE-Making Plants
Neer Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. offer State-Of-The-Art industrial ice making plant right from the plant layout, designing of the plant, manufacturing customized plant machinery, to meet exact requirements of the plant backed by prompt customer support.
Neer Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. offers Ice Making Plant with capacity of 5 Tons to 500 Tons and more Ice per day.
The complete ice making plant consists of :
Ammonia compressors designed with state-of-the-art technology for industrial & commercial refrigeration and low temperature applications.
Compressors are V belt driven and are suitable to operate with Ammonia (NH3) & Freon [12 (CCl2F2), 22 (CHClF2)] as refrigerant.
Robust construction, excellent performance and power saving features and hallmarks of the products.
Condenser is a heat transfer surface, generally which are divided in to three types.
Air Cooled Condenser : Employ air as the condensing medium.
Water Cooled Condenser : Utilize water to condense the refrigerant.
Evaporative Condenser : Use both air and water as the condensing medium. The function of the air is to increase the rate of evaporation by carrying away the water vapor results from evaporation process.
Ammonia receiver can control the supply and demand relation between the condensers and the evaporator, prevent excessive liquid ammonia from staying in the condenser, maintain a certain level in the liquid receiver to prevent gas from going into the liquid pipe line.
The ammonia in the system can be stored in the ammonia receiver to avoid loss of the ammonia before the refrigerating system is repaired. Therefore, the volume of the ammonia storage should be considered before buying it.
Cooling Coil / Evaporator is used as heat transfer surface in which a volatile liquid is vaporized for the purpose of removing heat from refrigerated space.
V shape cooling coils are available in different sizes, usually custom made to the individual applications.
Chilling Tank consists of three parts:
1) Ice Tank 2) Insulation of Ice Tank 3) Ice Block
Ice tanks are made of such material as wood, steel or concrete. As wooden tanks do not last long enough and are liable to leak, they should preferably be made of steel well coated with waterproof paint. Tanks made of reinforced concrete are also recommended as superior to those of wood.
The ice tank contains the direct expansion coils, equally distributed throughout the tank and these coils are submerged in brine. The tank is provided with a suitable frame of hard wood for support the ice cans and a propeller or agitator for keeping the brine in motion: the brine in the tank acts as a medium of contact only, the ammonia evaporating in the ice coils extracts the heat from the brine, which again absorbs the heat for the water in the cans.
The tank itself should not be much larger than is necessary to hold the cans, the coils, and the agitator. About two inches should be left between the moulds and three inches between the pipes and the moulds.
Insulation of Ice Tank:
Insulation of the ice tank is accomplished by using twelve to eighteen inches of good insulating material on each of the sides and not less than twelve inches under the bottom.
Commercial sizes of Ice cans vary with the weight of ice cakes required. The cans are made to contain about 5% more than their rated capacity to compensate for thawing.
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The Neer Ice making plant is furnished with electrical control panel with compressor starter, all necessary safety switches and pressostats, Voltmeter, Ammeter, Temperature Sensor etc.
|THE WAY WE OPERATE|
|Information or feedback from the client|
|Preparation of design from layout of the plant|
|Approval of design from the client|
|Manufacturing of customized equipment
as per the approved design
|Installation, commission &
testing of the plant at the site
|Full scale production|