Routine Chiller Maintenance Can Save You Money

August 22nd, 2016 by

The latest chiller’s in use today have diagnostic technology integrated into their design. When something goes wrong an alarm code will often not only alert you to the situation, but, if you understand your chiller’s code, you may even know how to resolve the problem and avoid having to place...


New Guidelines For Poultry Processing Chillers

August 16th, 2016 by

Working in the food industry means compliance with the directions of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). In 2014 the USDA released their Compliance Guide that includes the chilling guidelines changed to modernize recommendations with the available technology of today’s poultry processing chillers. The specifications involve new temperature and time regulations with...


The Role of Milk Processing/Dairy Farm Chillers

August 10th, 2016 by

Processing milk requires pasteurization, a technique that destroys pathogens in milk and makes it safe to drink. Pasteurization necessitates the use of milk processing/dairy farm chillers to cool down the milk after the heating-up process. If you run a dairy farm, you’ll want to make sure to buy or rent a chiller...


When to Choose Air-Cooled Chillers Over Water-Cooled Chillers

August 2nd, 2016 by

Chillers differ in that some transfer heat to the surrounding environmental air and some transfer heat to a water source, such as a cooling tower. Air-cooled chillers and water-cooled chillers each have their own pros and cons, and you should do your research to determine which type meets your needs better. If...


Types of Pharmaceutical Chillers

July 28th, 2016 by

Pharmaceutical chillers are important parts of the drug-manufacturing industry. Nearly all medicines require chilled water in their manufacturing, from antibiotics to complex cardiology medications. Chillers provide precise control over the water-chilling process, and pharmaceutical chilling plants have 15 to 1000 tons in terms of cooling power. Pharmaceutical chillers come as...


Types And Purposes of Medical Chillers

July 19th, 2016 by

Certain types of medical products and equipment need to stay at cooler temperatures, and this is where medical chillers come in. When medical equipment runs, it generates a lot of heat, and medical chillers remove this heat so that the machine doesn’t have to shut down to chill off. Medical chillers keep...


Joining the Cupcake Craze? Why You Need Bakery Chillers

July 9th, 2016 by

Have you ever taken a bite of a red velvet cupcake that’s the size of a dinner plate? It’s really like an entire cake on a dish. Truly, you could cut it into slices. A gourmet cupcake is a delicious treat that is ideal for everyday enjoyment as well as...


Factors to Consider When Buying a Remanufactured Chiller

July 5th, 2016 by

Remanufactured chillers offer a cost-effective alternative to business owners who are looking for creative ways to control operating costs. Buyers who are considering investing in a remanufactured chiller should understand the differences that exist between new chillers, remanufactured chillers and used chillers. When evaluating providers of refurbished chillers, prospective buyers should...


Renting a Chiller For Your Business Today Gives You Quality Maintenance and Repair Service

June 27th, 2016 by

Many businesses know how important rental agreements are in providing maintenance and repair services for their specialized equipment. This keeps them from having to spend thousands of dollars on emergency repairs and frees up their in-house staff who have other day-to-day activities to keep normal business operations running smoothly. Having a full-coverage contract under a rental...


The Advantage Of Renting A New Chiller

June 20th, 2016 by

Chillers are used in many industries: dairy, medical, breweries, etc. When the need arises for a new chiller why opt to rent or lease? Probably the most important reason is the support factor. If a chiller goes down for any reason, it is critical for a business to get it up...