We're all working harder — and taking on more responsibilities — than ever before. In many ways, process engineers have had to become generalists, familiar with the many different types of industrial equipment, materials and supplies used to manufacture their company's products. For users of industrial process cooling equipment, materials and supplies, that job just got a lot easier.
Process Cooling was launched in March 2000 to help manufacturing engineers stay abreast of industrial cooling technology and equipment developments. Delivering an effective blend of practical how-to articles, new product announcements, industry news, case histories, literature reviews and product roundups, Process Cooling helps engineers working with industrial process cooling and refrigeration equipment get a better handle on their process, and on the industrial equipment used in that manufacturing process.
So, whether they need to cool the equipment used to manufacture the product, or the product itself, Process Cooling has it covered. Our readers include:
Focusing specifically on industrial cooling equipment, materials and supplies used during the manufacturing process, this magazine is designed to give you the information you need to troubleshoot your system and specify new cooling equipment. Process Cooling delivers practical, how-to information about:
Process Cooling is the only supplement to focus just on industrial cooling equipment at temperatures down through cryogenic levels, as well as the cooling of equipment, in the following 10 industries: