Anyone have anything to say about water cooled vs air cooled condensing units for market refrigeration cases? Small existing market, has all condensing units located in basement with insufficient ventilation, and no easy way to get air in there and space overheats. Investigating whether or not its worth retrofitting existing compressors with water cooled condensers, or perhaps replacing all of them with water cooled condensing units. I see evaporative cooling used a lot for these types of water cooled units, but any reason a dry cooler wouldn't work up in the north east? I know the approach between condenser, glycol, and dry cooler may start to get squeezed without evaporative cooling. Curious to hear your thoughts on this. Thanks.
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