What Is Glycol? How is it Used in a Chiller?

April 18th, 2016 by

Glycol is a water-miscible coolant that is frequently used in heat transfer and cooling applications. It provides better heat transfer parameters than water, and can be mixed with water to provide a variety of heat transfer characteristics. Glycol comes in two varieties: ethylene glycol and propylene glycol. Though both materials...


Why a Rental Chiller Might Be Right for Your Application

April 11th, 2016 by

Many industries need cooling technology to keep processes running correctly. Several examples of those who need temperature control are plastic manufacturers, milk producers and dairy farms, medical device and equipment manufacturers, bakeries, construction sites, metal production facilities, beef and poultry processors, breweries, and many more. Cooling costs are rising for businesses and this...


Glycol Beer Chillers for Breweries

March 31st, 2016 by

A Brewery Chiller Can Keep Your Brewers’ Wort Happy Good beer requires good process control. The ability to produce the same beer day-in and day-out is important in brewing. A brewery’s most enthusiastic customers expect the same flavor that they have come to know and love, regardless of the batch...