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Liquid Chiller Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of liquid chiller manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top liquid chiller manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any liquid chiller company can design, engineer, and manufacture liquid chillers to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach liquid chiller companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of fluid cooler, cold plunge chillers, and central chillers.

  • Houston, TX 800-473-9178

    Founded in the late 1970’s, Cold Shot Chillers has been a designer & liquid chillers manufacturer. Our liquid 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 and much more.

  • Niles, IL 888-764-1428

    Since 1969, Thermal Care has been a leading manufacturer of process cooling equipment in over 50 industries. Whether you are cooling one process, or an entire plant, we have the expertise and heat transfer knowledge to provide solutions to your temperature control needs. We offer standard and customized portable chillers from 1 ton dedicated to a single machine to 540 ton plant wide central chiller systems. Contact us today for answers to your process cooling needs!

  • Kalamazoo, MI 800-968-5665

    We are a leading liquid chiller manufacturer and we have over 60 years of experience. We offer a full range of chillers from smaller 1/8th ton chillers to larger 500 ton chillers. Our experts offer unprecedented service every step of the way. We are committed to your company and aim to promote the growth of your business by providing you with top of the line liquid chillers.

  • Milpitas, CA 855-454-6200

    At Chillermen, our OEM liquid chillers show just how our knowledge and experience in our field can positively impact the overall quality of a custom liquid chiller. With our expertise in full OEM chiller production, we have found the best way to create chillers that maximizes affordability and quality as well as meeting the most stringent standards. Our machines are built to last. Let us help you today! Give us a call or visit our website to learn more.

  • Mansfield, MA 781-688-2345

    Our liquid chillers are ISO 9001:2015 certified and applicable for small to large applications of cooling requirements. Thermonics® liquid chillers are used in many industries including energy, chemical processing, industrial, and semiconductor. Visit our website for more information on our standard and custom liquid chillers.

  • Charlotte, NC 704-504-4800

    Here at SINGLE Temperature Controls Inc., we are one of the largest Global manufacturers of Temperature Control Units and have been in business since 1968. We offer a full product platform to fit most temperature control applications and has advanced technologies to improve process efficiencies. We strive to offer the best customer service in the industry at all times. Please contact us for more information!

  • Oxford, MI 800-525-8173

    Dry Coolers is a leading manufacturer of a complete line of industrial chillers such as central chillers, water chillers and laser cooling systems. Our chillers have the ability to cool water, oils, gasoline, glycols and more. Call us today for innovative solutions to all of your liquid chilling needs!

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Liquid Chillers

Liquid chillers are refrigeration systems that chill liquids such as water, oil, brine, alcohol, coolants, chemicals and beverage or food ingredients for industrial applications. Their design and construction are very similar to air conditioners, and they range vastly in size. They may be fabricated as small, localized units for small applications or as large central chiller systems combining many heat exchangers and external cooling towers that span an entire facility.

Industrial liquid chillers are built for industrial cooling, where they cool products, mechanisms and factory machinery in processes such as plastic injection molding, blow molding, metalworking, welding, die casting, chemical and pharmaceutical processing, food and beverage processing, lab equipment and lasers. Others are built for gas cooling and air conditioning for commercial and industrial facilities. Types of liquid chillers include absorption chillers, air cooled chillers, water cooled chillers, evaporation cooled chillers, recirculating chillers, centrifugal chillers, and screw chillers.


Liquid chillers have four main stages: the evaporator, the vapor compressor, the condenser and the expansion valve. These stages are designed to re-circulate the refrigerant through gas and liquid stages. Initially, a cold refrigerant in gas form passes over heat exchanger tubes containing the hot liquid which needs to be chilled. The refrigerant absorbs the heat lost by the liquid, cause some of the liquid to evaporate. A gas compressor then compresses the vaporized refrigerant into a high pressure, high temperature gas. The gas then moves into the condenser coil over which ambient air blows. The air, moved by one or more fans, removes heat from the gas, which causes it to condense into a high pressure, moderate temperature liquid. The liquid then passes through an expansion valve where a large pressure drop occurs, so that some of the liquid evaporates into a very cold mist and the refrigerant becomes cold. Finally, the cold refrigerant returns to the heat exchanger, and the whole process begins again. Many types of toxic and non-toxic refrigerants may be used in chillers; toxic refrigerants include chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) and halomethanes such as R-22; these substances have very low boiling points, enabling them to change their physical state from liquid to vapor easily. Non-toxic refrigerants include water, brine, liquefied propane gas and CO2.