Whether it is a food manufacturer following a plant ammonia leak, a food supplier relocating its freezer to a larger site, or an asphalt plant facing a potential temperature crisis, and emergency — or even a planned, temporary disruption — can disrupt business as usual. Companies in the process industries should consider their cooling and cold storage needs before demand strikes to keep their businesses thriving and minimize losses.
Mycom screw compressor packages include Mypro Touch+ control panel. Features such as a simple icon menu interface, touchpanel control and USB interface simplify compressor control. The control panel can monitor, control and display basic system equipment such as compressor vibration sensors, motor RTD temperatures, vessel levels or chillers.
Nicotra Gebhardt RQM MultiEvo system is more efficient than conventional or electronically commutated fans, says the manufacturer. Its compact design combines the handling of free-running centrifugal fans with the effectiveness of traditional housing fans.
ProtEX Vortex A/C enclosure cooler was granted certification for Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C and D; Class II, Division 1, Groups F and G; and Class III. The UL classification is on top of the existing ATEX certification for Zones 1 and 21, which complies with the latest EN ISO 80079 36:2016 standard.
A technique that substituted a reusable liquid refrigerant in place of evaporative-water cooling towers when outside temperatures are low enough to make that feasible earned Sandia National Laboratories engineers and others a Department of Energy environmental award.
Regular maintenance is the single-most effective way to extend the life of enclosure cooling systems. Taking further steps to optimize your enclosure cooling system, however, will simplify maintenance and extend times between filter changes and enclosure cleaning.
The popularity of enclosure coolers has grown exponentially in the last 40 years. The implementation of more sophisticated electrical equipment in industrial applications led to a demand for a more effective method to control enclosure internal temperatures.
When you make an equipment purchase, what — besides price, of course — influences what you buy and from whom? We’d all like to think that our buying choices, large and small, are based on good research and a judicious weighing of the costs and benefits of each option.
When choosing which low temperature heat transfer fluid to use for your process, data such as density, viscosity and pour point need to be taken into consideration. In Process Cooling’s annual Cooling Capabilities Chart on Low Temperature Heat Transfer Fluids, we have compiled all of the data you need to choose a fluid for low temperature heat transfer fluid processes.