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...


Hot Weather Can Affect Your Chiller’s Performance

June 13th, 2016 by

It is officially Summer. If you want to get the most out of your equipment during the hottest months of the year, it is important to understand how hot weather can affect your chiller as temperatures heat up. Monitoring a few key performance issues on your chiller should become part of your...


What Temperature Should My Chiller Be Set To?

May 11th, 2016 by

Because industrial chillers can be used for such a wide variety of applications, it can be hard to know the right set point to use to achieve the ideal temperature for your needs. Especially when you are renting a chiller and haven’t used one before, you may have questions about the...


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...