This Architectural Drawing is of Schematic Diagram for Chilled Water Piping Part. Key system components include chilled and condenser water pumps, cooling towers, heat exchangers, and hydronic specialties including water pressure regulators, air separators, and chemical feed pots. Chilled water systems remove heat from buildings by transferring heat from the air into cold water forced through piping. The water circulates through chilled water loops, absorbing heat and returning the heated water to the chiller where refrigerant rechills the water. A chilled water system uses water instead of air to cool your home. The water absorbs heat from the home and disperses it outside. The system cools the water down to a temperature of 40 degrees and then circulates it through the water coil's air handler. For more details and information download the drawing file.