1. Dry Cooler vs. Chiller – What Is a Dry Cooler

    Depending on operator preference, there are different approaches to industrial cooling. While some process temperatures can be optimally maintained using conventional industrial chillers, others require the use of alternative equipment like dry coolers.

    Both thermoregulatory tools achieve a similar effect, but their mechanisms operate differently. This article will highlight the differences between a dry cooler vs. chiller and help you decide which is best for your cooling needs.

    What Is a Dry Cooler?

    dry cooler vs. chiller

    A dry cooler is a cooling device that uses air to achieve process temperature regulation. The cooling done by a dry cooler is based on the principles of sensible

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  2. Temperature Control of Wastewater During Water Treatment Process

    Temperature Control of Wastewater during Water Treatment Process

    temperature control of wastewater

    Wastewater is an unavoidable by-product of most manufacturing processes. Wastewater generated by industrial activities contains chemical, biological and physical contaminants that can be harmful to both plant and animal life within the affected environments (land and aquatic).

    In the US, the environmental protection agency (EPA) regulates the treatment and discharge of wastewater under the Clean Water Act. This requires all industrial operators to adhere to strict treatment protocols. A critical aspect of wastewater treatment is process temperature control.

    This article will consider the reasons why cooling in the wastewater treatment process is necessary and outline different methods for controlling supporting

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  3. Differences Between a Process Chiller vs. HVAC Chiller

    process chiller vs. HVAC chiller

    Countless industrial processes generate heat energy as a by-product. Given that most manufacturing processes require specific operating temperatures, the heat generated by process reactions may have undesirable consequences for finished products or process equipment.

    To achieve maximal productivity, heat-generating manufacturing processes will require suitable temperature regulation which can be done using different types of chillers.

    Among the most popular cooling options are process chillers and heat, ventilation and conditioning (HVAC) chillers. The key differences between both systems are highlighted in this article.

    What Is an HVAC System?

    An HVAC system is a thermal regulatory device

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  4. Glycol Chiller vs. Water Chiller - Why Use Glycol?

    glycol chiller vs. water chiller

    The global demand for industrial process cooling remains at a steady high. Reliability and minimal downtime are key to consistent and profitable industrial and commercial processes.

    This article will consider the best methods to attain the optimal temperatures required to operate production processes in the metal finishing, medical, brewing, and agricultural industries.

    How Does A Chiller Function?

    So, how does a chiller work? The process works in a loop, but we will start where the cooling medium interfaces with your process equipment.

    The system’s coolant absorbs thermal energy from your process, typically causing a phase change into a gas. The gaseous refrigerant is then circulated to a

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  5. Best Temperature for Cut Flowers – Preservation for Wholesale Florists

    The demand for freshly cut flowers has made the development of improved methods of preservation necessary. Among various dynamics to consider when storing cut flowers, temperature regulation is a particularly critical factor.

    Heat can adversely affect the longevity of cut plants by triggering premature aging and encouraging plant rot. Also, elevated temperatures will increase the rate at which plant respiration occurs leading to ethylene gas generation and further heat generation. The overall effect of these events is a faster onset of aging for storage flowers.

    best temperature to store cut flowers - wholesale florist cold room

    How to Preserve Cut Flowers for Wholesale

    Learning how florists keep flowers fresh is critical for the success of flower-growers and wholesalers.

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  6. How to Transport Flower Arrangements – Flower Transport Cooling Tips

    Worldwide, flowers are enjoyed for their distinct patterns, sensuous smells, and vibrant colors. These natural delights have been arranged in various ways to adorn both commercial and residential building interiors as well as form an integral part of shared gifts on various romantic and symbolic holidays.

    In a lot of instances, cut flowers must be transported over long distances, even across continents to reach diverse floral markets. This poses a significant challenge in terms of storage and preservation of freshness.

    So, how are flowers shipped in a way that accommodates preservation? This article will discuss vital cooling tips to ensure cut flowers are preserved in an ideal state for as long as possible.

    how are flowers shipped? - flowers packed in semi truck

    Important Factors for Effective

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  7. Cooling Tower vs. Evaporative Condenser - Types of Evaporative Condenser

    difference between evaporative condenser and cooling tower

    The maintenance of stable process temperatures is critical to the success of many industrial and manufacturing processes. Industrial-scale temperature regulation cannot be achieved using conventional, portable cooling systems. In these instances where larger-scale cooling is desired, industrial capacity cooling systems are the most efficient way to maintain process temperatures at optimal ranges.

    Depending on the manufacturer, cooling systems come installed with various condenser types including evaporative systems. This article will compare the various cooling towers and evaporative condensers available for industrial use and highlight the differences between both cooling systems.

    What Is an Evaporative

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  8. Hazardous Area Classification - What Is Explosion-proof Classification?

    hazardous area classification standards

    A major hazard associated with industrial production processes is the risk of explosion. Manufacturing processes may generate or require the use of potentially ignitable dust or vapors. If these combustible gases are not properly channeled, there is an increased risk of them being ignited leading to a serious injury to personnel and/or damage to machinery.

    To understand how to prevent these explosive situations, the location and types of potential hazards should be identified and categorized. In this article, we will consider various hazardous environment classifications key to preventing industrial disasters.

    What Is Hazardous Area Classification?

    Hazardous classified locations are environments in which there is a potential risk of fire or explosion due to their co

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  9. Heat Exchanger vs. Chiller – Which is More Suitable for Your Needs?

    picture of water chiller heat exchanger

    Different cooling equipment can be used to achieve optimal process or ambient temperatures in commercial and industrial settings. The popular and readily available variants are chiller cooling systems (air-cooled chillers or water-cooled chillers) and heat exchangers.

    Although most heat regulation systems work using a chiller and heat exchanger combination, these cooling devices sometimes exist as stand-alone setups. This article will explain the differences between a heat exchanger and a chiller cooling system while highlighting the pros and cons of each device type.

    Heat Exchanger vs. Chiller

    The major difference between a heat

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  10. Maintaining Anodizing Temperatures with an Anodizing Cooling System

    anodizing cooling system - metal being dipped in cooled anodizing tub

    One of the major issues players in the metallurgical industry must contend with is metal corrosion. These industries utilize various techniques to improve the properties of their products. A popularly employed means of creating a corrosion-resistant and ornamental finish to metalwork is by anodizing. Having a properly functioning anodizing cooling system will go a long way in the performance of your metal finishing process.

    What Is Anodizing?

    Anodizing is a chemical process that adds a layer of natural oxide to the surface of metals. The term anodizing is derived from how the chemical coating is carried out. The metal piece to be anodized forms the anode terminal in an electrolytic cell.

    Which Metals Can Be

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