Since the development of its first temperature control system in 1955, Mokon, Buffalo, N.Y., spent the next half century growing a family of water systems into multiple styles and more than 100 configurations of heating and flow capacities. The maker of circulating-liquid temperature control systems, celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.

Production engineers at Caplugs (Protective Closures Co. at the time), also in Buffalo, developed Mokon's original water temperature control system for a compact, safe and efficient means of maintaining control over the temperature of the molds on its fast-cycle plastics injection-molding machines. Now, Mokon's water system has become a solution for many industries looking to control the temperature of machines during various processes.

Mokon's family of water systems includes multiple styles and more than 100 different configurations of heating and flow capacities.

Not long after the original temperature control system was designed, Mokon developed the first oil system for higher temperature applications. In the early 1990s, Mokon introduced its family of air- and water-cooled portable chillers, including the Full Range System, which has a combination chiller and water temperature control system within the same unit.

Today, the company offers circulating water and heat transfer fluid systems, portable and central chillers, pump tanks, cooling towers and maintenance products to meet any thermal processing need. More than 50,000 systems have been sold throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe.

For more information, contact Mokon at (716) 876-9951 or