Water Chillers

Industrial water chillers are used for controlled cooling of products, mechanisms and machinery in a variety of industries.   A chiller removes heat from the process water and transfers it to air via a heat exchanger. Using the refrigeration cycle, water chillers are able to cool the water to below ambient temperature. Water chiller capacities are measured in tons (BTU/hr) of cooling.

How does a chiller work ?

Water is drawn from the tank, pumped through the chiller and back to the tank. An adjustable thermostat senses the liquid temperature, cycling the chiller to maintain a constant temperature in the tank. The water flows from the chiller to the application’s point of use and back.

Having a contaminant free “closed loop” system will increase your chiller’s efficiency and lengthen its life cycle. A closed-loop industrial chiller recirculates a clean coolant or clean water with condition addititives at a constant temperature and pressure to increase the consistent and repeatable variables. Learn more about the variety of products we keep in stock below. A T. J. Snow customer representative is available to help you select and size a water chiller for your specific application.

We offer the following product lines. All represent quality and value. Our staff of friendly customer service sales representatives are available for any and all questions you have about cooling your application.

Koolant Koolers

Koolant Koolers is a manufacturer of industrial-grade water chillers from standard small 1/8 ton units to over 500 tons.

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Known world-wide, MTA is a leading manufacturer of quality industrial equipment for air and water cooling.

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Unitrol builds ‘Automotive Grade’ process water chillers from 1/3 to 50 tons.

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Dimplex’s Schreiber product line has been discontinued and is available under the Koolant Kooler brand.

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Why a Water Chiller?

Save valuable resources, time & money!

  • Improved Productivity
  • Equipment Protection
  • Optimized Process Control
  • Save Water & Related Costs
  • Closed Circuit Operation

Sizing a Chiller?

How much does it take to cool
your industrial process?