Used after process heating operations, temporary cooling solutions such as cooling towers, chillers and air conditioners provide significant benefits. They allow petrochemical and refining companies to avoid project delays and improve their balance sheet by avoiding high cost capital expenditure (CAPEX) commitments on short- to mid-term duration needs.
Most people think of coil cleaning as a building or facility prepares to turn on the air-conditioners for another season. Admittedly, spring is a perfect time to put such cleaning and maintenance at the top of the to-do list.
Chiller with variable-speed compressor operates between 10 and 100 percent of its rated capacity. The design applies variable-speed green compressor technology from the HVAC industry to produce energy savings over hot-gas-bypass regulation.
The M-Series incorporates the company’s Model 4081 advanced process controller, which is designed to improve user efficiency. Integrated features reduce startup time, simplify operation and minimize downtime.
Presto Models W50 and W50t can handle temperature ranges of -58 to 482°F (-50 to 250°C). Intended for demanding temperature applications such as reactors, mini-plants, pilot plants, material-testing stands, microreactors, and material and component tests, the temperature control systems are water cooled.
In injection-molding and extrusion processes, water or air cooling is used to regulate
the temperature of the molding process and remove excess heat cause by shear. A simple, closed-loop temperature control system typically involves the input of heat, a sensor and a controller.
Many industrial processes utilize a process fluid to cool the equipment by moving heat away from the operation. An industrial chiller is a type of equipment used to accomplish this. The cooling system is designed to remove heat from the process fluid, transfer the heat to another medium such as ambient air or water, and return cool fluid to the process to begin the cycle again.