Process Chiller Service, Maintenance & Repair
Whatever your requirements we will keep your industrial chillers running to keep you in seamless operation. Repairs can be arranged during factory shut-down to ensure minimum disruption. Industrial process chiller maintenance will extend the life of your plant
Process chillers are used in a diverse range of applications. Some of these include:
• Large scale chemical production in factories- to achieve a desired temperature in the process
• Plastic injection moulding- to cool the mould
• laser chillers- in steel fabrication plants
• Laboratories- to cool down x-ray machines and other scientific equipment
• Machining tools- to cool the oil
Why Choose Us?
When you are having a crisis- our engineers are in their element- they do crisis for a living! We will identify the fault correctly- so the repair goes easy
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Give us a bell on 0161 327 2838. We are more than happy to assist you with technical issues
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What We Offer
Industrial Process Chiller Repair
UK and overseas coverage
Same day delivery of parts direct to site
Dedicated industrial process chiller repair engineers: we understand the process water loop as well as the refrigeration system and controls
Industrial Process Chiller Service
Why not have a reasonably priced industrial process chiller service visit? Especially if you have not had one in a while- we will get your chiller running better than when it came out of the factory!
We recently attended a call out in a plastic injection moulding factory. The industrial process chiller had gone off and before the maintenance engineers noticed, the water system had got up to 91° Almost hot enough for a cup of tea! Before fault finding could be carried out, the water system had to be drained down and re-filled. The system was found to be short of gas. No leak could be found on the industrial process chiller but still the nitrogen pressure test was going down. Our engineer decided to remove the inlet and outlet to the evaporator, blank one end off and fit a blank with a gauge fitting on the other. His suspicions were confirmed when the gauge went up water side as nitrogen was added fridge side. The evaporator had failed. A replacement was sent to site next day and the dehydration process was started. This is a necessary part of an industrial process chiller repair so as to remove water from the system
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