In a world full of cookie-cutter products, process chillers that are designed specifically to meet the needs of the processor and the installation site can be a great asset when dealing with conditions such as extreme ambient air temperatures.
In industrial facilities such as manufacturing and processing plants as well as mills, forges and refineries, cooling towers often are used to remove heat from machinery, heated process material and fluids, buildings and other sources by exchanging the heat using water or chemical solutions as a coolant.
PS Series provides 2.0 to 3.5 hp cooling capacities with a compact footprint. These air-cooled packaged chillers have an enclosure design that simplifies service and maintenance and conserves production floor space.
The more things change, the more they stay the same, noted Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr in Les Guêpes July 1848. (To be precise, he said it in French, but the sentiment is true in any language.) In 2020, I have been reminded time and again how true this epigram is.
More robust and corrosion-resistant designs are increasing the safety and performance of safety-relief valves. The manufacturing and applications for relief valves and manifolds are continuously improving.
Using computational software and additive manufacturing to design, test and manufacture heat exchangers for electronics cooling demonstrates how heat sinks can be optimized, thereby improving the performance of consumer electronics.
Just like a car’s radiator keeps its engine from overheating, the heat associated with the processing of electricity must be reduced significantly in order for consumer electronic devices like computers, televisions and smartphones to function properly.
Industrial cooling towers are large consumers of water. With water scarcity in certain parts of the world, effective water treatment that allows increased water reuse is a driving factor influencing when and where to use cooling towers.
The Process Heating & Cooling Show is a conference and tradeshow that will bring together industrial manufacturing and engineering professionals to learn, connect, share and explore all things related to the process heating and cooling industries.
Check out the October 1, 2020 edition of Process Cooling: Tips for food freezing equipment, avoiding costly heat exchanger failures, cutting down on dust and downtime with cabinet coolers, and much more!