Cutting tools, grinding, drilling, honing, and other types of machine tool processes depend on reputable cooling system to provide tight tolerances and consistent temperatures for quality workpieces and uptime of equipment. For many years, customers have found the Koolant Koolers brand chiller to be a workhorse due to its robust design for the machine tool industry for more than 60 years. Known for its ability to withstand high ambient temperatures, and cool water soluable coolant directly or oil coolants indirectly, the expertise of designing chillers has provided the knowledge to customize the chiller to each application’s specific requirements.
Precise temperatures during production processes can impact the quality of the manufactured products, whether it is for plastics, printing, semi-conductors, chemical, electronics, or pharmaceuticals. With the diverse requirements, each process needs a custom designed cooling system to best match the proprietary production processes.
Industrial lasers require cooling to remove excess heat generated in the resonator power electronics and the optics system. The type of cooling required is determined by laser wattage, resonator efficiency, resonator and optics temperature requirements, and ambient temperature. For laser systems requiring the resonator and optics operating temperature to be at or below ambient, vapor compression (VC) water chillers are typically used. These type of water chillers can handle high heat loads and, when equipped with proper control systems, hold process cooling within <+/-0.5°F.
When patient care needs medical imaging, it is critical that the equipment is functional and supported by a reliable cooling solution. The use of a chiller is vital to cooling and maintaining specific temperatures for variety of components in an MR system. One of the most important functions is cooling the coldhead, an essential mechanical component responsible for recondensing helium gas back to liquid after it has cooled the MRI magnet, preventing the helium from burning off, keeping your magnet at required temperature levels, and preventing magnet quench. Losing the helium charge is very expensive to replace and directly impacts patient care.
For dairy producers, a critical time during the milking process is cooling the milk from 100°F to 40°F within 30 minutes to prevent development of harmful bacteria. A reliable cooling solution needs to be able to meet this demand while withstanding extreme and harsh ambient conditions, including dirt, dust, and corrosive or oily air conditions. The GDTS dairy solution offers dairy producers a system that can meet these requirements while providing consistent temperature control and efficient, dependable operation.
Producing dough depends upon consistent temperatures and water volume. When you depend upon a manual temperature reading or manually filling measuring devices, accuracy is compromised, reducing the quality of the product.
Whether you are packaging beverages, vacuum sealing food, or processing meat, you insist on reliable, precise temperature control. A properly sized chiller can maintain or improve the product quality, output, water usage, and ultimately save you money due to unnecessary equipment failure.