Process chillers (or chillers) play vital roles in many industrial applications. Their primary purpose is to remove heat generated from a manufacturing operation or process and transfer that energy into a fluid, such as water or glycol. Chillers are designed to keep processes within a narrow temperature range and achieve the production goals of a given application. Process quality and/or manufacturing integrity are dependent upon a chiller’s abilities to respond to varying demand loads, absorb the heat generated, and provide precise fluid temperature control.

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Industrial process cooling loads are inherently cyclical and highly variable — ranging from 0 to 100% — depending on application requirements. Whether it’s for plastic injection molding, food processing or medical imaging machines, process reliability and uptime are critical.

Learn more about how process chillers play a vital role in many industrial applications.