Thermal Care, Inc.

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Phone: 847-966-2260,888-395-1690
Fax: 847-966-9358
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5680 W. Jarvis Ave.
Niles, IL 60714

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Thermal Care is a leading manufacturer of industrial process cooling equipment. With an ISO 9001:2008 certification we manufacture portable chillers; central chillers with centrifugal, scroll or rotary screw compressors; fiberglass cooling towers, pump tank systems and temperature controllers. With experience providing heat transfer equipment to over 50 industries, our sales engineers specialize in meeting the specific needs of our customers by offering both standard and custom designed industrial process cooling solutions. Whether you are looking to simply cool a small process or a total plant, Thermal Care technicians and engineers will work with you during each step of the manufacturing process to ensure that your expectations are exceeded and your specifications fulfilled.


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  • Temperature Control: TCU Covers the "Basics"

    The RQE Series Basic mold temperature controller from Thermal Care has been designed for applications that require simple operation at a great price....

  • Petrakis Joins Thermal Care

    Petrakis, a 40-year veteran of the plastics industry, most recently spent six years as Conair’s vice president of sales for the United States and Canada....

  • Thermal Care Moves into Larger Building

    Thermal Care moves into new facility, which is 40% larger than its previous floor space and has room for future expansion....

  • Thermal Care Moving into New Larger Building

    Thermal Care is moving to a new location with added space....


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