Weighing the pros and cons of each type and evaluating them for a specific process will ensure the best fit.
New technologies and new designs are changing — and optimizing — the future of industrial refrigeration and freezing systems.
Learn where and why some methods are inaccurate, and understand how an accurate prediction method can optimize a calcium carbonate scale-control program as well as provide a cost reduction in cooling water treatments.
Ozone can be used to treat cooling towers to reduce bacterial growth and the risk of Legionella.
Vapor-phase and migrating corrosion inhibitors can help minimize corrosion and protect new or laid up chillers and cooling towers.
Successful management of a cooling emergency saves time and money and keeps the process running.
Walnut-shell filtration systems take advantage of walnut’s natural affinity to oil to help remove contaminants from process cooling waters.
Using a central chilling system has many advantages that contribute to improving ambient conditions, product quality and production uptime.
Self-cleaning filter reduces production and maintenance costs at an iron and steel manufacturing plant.
Cryogenic tunnel freezers are suited for processing large quantities of products in a small footprint while increasing product yield.