Expansion Joint Considerations for Heat Exchangers Used as Process Coolers

Several factors should be considered when developing a cost-effective expansion joint design to ensure safe operation and reliability.


Considerations for Using River Water in Industrial Cooling Applications

When working with river water as a cooling water source, the careful selection of the heat exchanger for critical cooling processes can help boost efficiency.


It’s Time to Consider Carbon Dioxide as a Refrigerant

Natural refrigerants deserve to be a bigger part of the climate-saving solution.


The Real-World Value of Absorption Chillers

Absorption chillers offer distinct, and sometimes surprising, advantages for industrial cooling applications.


Improving the Energy Efficiency of Industrial Process Chillers

Using variable-speed technology can help improve the energy efficiency of process chillers.


Managing Biological Fouling in Cooling Towers

A pharmaceutical company faced biofouling problems in its cooling tower until a new solution was implemented.


Replacing Fill in Existing Cooling Towers

The design and quality of the fill selected for a cooling tower affect the efficient, reliable performance of evaporative cooling towers.


Keeping Power and Control Enclosures Cool with Thermoelectric Air Conditioners

Increasingly efficient designs are allowing for air conditioners with greater cooling performance, which means industries with larger thermal management needs can now consider thermoelectric cooling technology.


Water Filtration for Food Processing Applications

A combined storage-type chiller and water filtration system allows for better control of the product’s taste and consistency.


Putting Cooler Condensers Back to Work

Biofouling and other problems can lead to tube leaks and unplanned outages.

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