1. Selecting a Process Heat Exchanger for Your Application

Weighing the pros and cons of each type and evaluating them for a specific process will ensure the best fit.

2. Factors Driving Change for Industrial Refrigeration Systems

New technologies and new designs are changing — and optimizing — the future of industrial refrigeration and freezing systems. 

3. Predicting Calcium Carbonate Scaling Accurately

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. 

4. Avoiding Legionnaires’ Disease in Cooling Towers

Ozone can be used to treat cooling towers to reduce bacterial growth and the risk of Legionella.

5. Minimizing the Risk of Corrosion During Repairs and Layup

Vapor-phase and migrating corrosion inhibitors can help minimize corrosion and protect new or laid up chillers and cooling towers.

6. Managing Cooling Emergencies with Temporary Equipment

Successful management of a cooling emergency saves time and money and keeps the process running.

7. Filtering Oily or Dirty Process Cooling Waters

Walnut-shell filtration systems take advantage of walnut’s natural affinity to oil to help remove contaminants from process cooling waters. 

8. Improving Productivity and Performance with a Central Chiller

Using a central chilling system has many advantages that contribute to improving ambient conditions, product quality and production uptime.

9. Automatic Self-Cleaning Strainer Takes the Heat

Self-cleaning filter reduces production and maintenance costs at an iron and steel manufacturing plant.

10. Understanding Cryogenic Freezing Tunnels

Cryogenic tunnel freezers are suited for processing large quantities of products in a small footprint while increasing product yield.