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Industrial Chiller Manufacturers and Companies

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Founded in the late 1970's, Cold Shot Chillers has been a designer & industrial chillers manufacturer. Our industrial chillers are of the best quality, offered at low costs with long warranties. Our company`s focus is to provide flexible cooling solutions for all industries through the use of high quality components. We serve plastic processing, food & beverage & metal finishing industries & more.
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We can help you find the best industrial chillers in the business. We offer hundreds of design choices so you can create the chiller system that will outperform any other system. We offer quality, affordability, and customization so you can create the perfect system for your needs. Let us help you today! Visit us online to get started!
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Industrial chillers are the backbone of the world of manufacturing. Without cooling devices, machines would quickly overheat and be destroyed. Consequently, the quality of your chillers are extremely important. We recognize the importance of your cooling machinery and use the highest quality materials in all our products so you can have reliable products!
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Dimplex Thermal Solutions is the leading chiller manufacturer of industrial water and air cooled chillers, featuring Koolant Koolers and Riedel brand of process chillers. We have standard, custom and OEM-standard chillers from 1/8 tons to more than 60 tons. Contact us today for more information about our industrial chillers.
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Here at Fluid Industrial Manufacturing, Inc. we manufacture unprecedented chillers and we are dedicated to your needs. These superb products are tailored for specific functions and have incorporated a number of advantages into our chillers. If you would like to learn more about these high quality industrial chillers please give us a call today!
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Temptek has revolutionized today`s market of low cost auxiliary equipment for the industrial chiller industry. We provide you with industrial chillers and many more products to choose from. Our philosophy is to offer you with affordable equipment, built for any application and built to be long lasting. We believe in savings for our company and our customers. Choose Temptek today.
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Industry Information

Insulating Chillers

One of the challenges that any company uses industrial chillers faces is how to insulate the piping attached to the machine. Chiller systems move a huge amount of cold liquid from place to place, and without proper insulation, the cold is lost and the efficiency of the unit is greatly reduced. Most chiller systems contain unusual arrangements of values, angles, and fittings. This makes it even harder to insulate the system properly.

Some chiller manufacturers have come up with a new way to insulate the pipes on their chilling machines. These pipes have a built-in insulative coating and an external thermal insulation blanket. The combination of internal and external insulation helps keep the cool air inside the pipes and out of the surrounding air. The systems are designed to work with any combination of chiller pipe systems, whether they are straightforward or complicated.

The main form of interior coating is formed from liquid ceramic. This reduces the loss of cooling power from the pipe itself. Not only that, but the coating also reduces the noise associated with chilling systems. The coating also provides other fringe benefits, such as protection from lead paint and other chemicals, rust decay, and determination. The external protective blanket will protect the chilled liquid from humidity and chloride exposure.

With one simple change you can completely change how your chillers are insulated and improve efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and protection from contaminants. Any company using this system will see positive results right away.

Industrial Chillers

Industrial chillers are refrigeration systems that chill liquids, such as water, oil, brine, alcohol or chemicals for industrial purposes. The chilled liquid, or coolant, is then used to cool air or process equipment either directly or indirectly via heat exchangers. Many large commercial and industrial buildings use chillers for their air conditioning systems.

The medical, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, food, beverage and laboratory industries all use chiller systems to cool their products in an even, controlled manner. Industrial companies also use chillers to keep machines at a safe temperature that are heated as a result of manufacturing processes. Plastic molding, metal working, welding, die casting, chemical processing, breweries, lasers and printing presses all use various chiller systems to improve their products, maintain safe temperatures within their facilities or decrease processing time. Industrial chillers are measured by their cooling capacity in terms of tons, which is equivalent to the heat of fusion of one ton of ice, or 12,000 Btu/h. Capacities range from portable chillers with fractions of a ton to permanent multi-unit "plants" with thousands of tons of cooling capacity.  

Industrial chillers either use absorption or vapor-compression refrigeration cycles to produce their cooling effect. The absorption process uses a source of heat to drive the cycle, while the vapor-compression process uses an electric or gas-powered compressor to drive the cycle. Both processes involve a cycle of condensation and evaporation, wherein heat is strategically released in one place and absorbed in another to provide cooling where it is needed. A number of different refrigerants may be used, most commonly water, ammonia, carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, alcohol, brine or methane. During the condensing phase, either water or air from outside the system is used to cool the compressed refrigerant vapor to make it become a liquid again. Water cooled chillers are the most effective at this task, but necessitate a water pump, and also require a cooling tower if the water is to be recycled. Air cooled chillers are simpler, using outdoor ambient air to blow over and around the condenser tubes, carrying some of the heat energy away and into the atmosphere. Evaporation cooled chillers function very similarly to air cooled chillers, except a mist of water is introduced around the coils in order provide extra cooling by evaporation. Recirculating chillers signify any type of chiller that works with a fixed amount of clean coolant in a closed loop. Open loop chillers, on the other hand, control the temperature of a tank full of liquid, and pump that liquid through the heat exchanger to provide cooling.
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