|Process vessels to -45 degrees C||Bookmark|
Date :December, 1999
file=CE-106-13 Copyright :Copyright 1999 Chemical Week Publishing,
LLC Volume :106 Issue :13 Page :64D-4 Section :
NEW PRODUCTS : Packaged cooler chills process vessels to -45 degrees C .
Blue Frost packaged cooling systems allow process vessels to operate at temperatures down to -45 degrees C.
They are cheaper and more compact than traditional custom-built refrigeration systems, says their supplier.
Capacities are in the range of 4-275 kW, with a choice of air or water cooling, and indoor or outdoor
siting. Heat transfer is achieved by "direct expansion", in which the primary refrigerant circulates
through the vessel jacket, or via a secondary refrigerant, such as ethylene glycol. Suggested applications
are in crystallization and other operations in the fine chemical and pharmaceutical industries. --
Coolmation Ltd., Ringwood, U.K.
By Charles Butcher and Rita L. D'Aquino.
Could save some bucks. LT/
|Re: Process vessels to -45 degrees C||Bookmark|
This will be useful for the birch. everyone hates it when their glass cup or flasks shatter from the extreme cold, you obviously need a pressure vessle, this will be great. Thanks !!!
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