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IsoCool 's new chiller promises high degree of temperature control

Process cooling specialist launches Eurochiller ICEtemp into UK, featuring temperature control down a tenth of a degree, together with free cooling and automatic emptying of the mould

Process cooling specialist, IsoCool, has launched the ICEtemp precision water cooled chiller into the UK. Manufactured by cooling OEM Eurochiller, the beside-the-machine ICEtemp units claim a range of advanced features, including three temperature zones, integrated free cooling, and automatic mould emptying.

IsoCool says the exceptionally accurate temperature control will make the ICEtemp chiller appealingl to plastic manufacturers seeking improved product quality and production rates.

Within one compact unit, the ICEtemp multi-circuit chiller allows for simultaneous heating and cooling of the mould, thanks to three control zones that automatically adjust temperature, flow rates, and pressure according to the heating or cooling demands of the process. Temperature flexibility is increased with the ICEtemp’s wide temperature range of 5 deg C to + 90 deg C, while temperature accuracy is achieved to within a tenth of a degree via a three-way proportional valve, the firm says.

The ICEtemp also boasts integrated free cooling when used in conjunction with a free cooling water supply, such as IsoCool’s adiabatic ADCOOLER, the firm says. Depending on the cooling needs of the process and ambient conditions, users can benefit from exceptional energy and cost savings.

The ICEtemp is available in standard models from 5.6 kW to 80.8 kW, and can also be manufactured according to specific customer requirements.  All units use R410A refrigerant.

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