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Articles Tagged with ''cooling''
The facility was not only constructed with sustainability in mind, but sustainability can be found everywhere you look.
Wedges and slices presented challenges for traditional cooking and cooling methods.
A mid-process quench cycle with ambient-temperature tap water can capture much of the product’s heat before it enters the primary cool zone.
PolyScience compact benchtop chillers provide up to 1,290 watts of cooling at 20°C, making them suitable for use with equipment such as rotary evaporators, small reaction vessels, spectrophotometers and condensers.
GEA Grasso BluAstrum ammonia chillers have a slender design that allows them to fit through standard doors.
With -20°F to 20°F operating temperatures and nominal capacities up to 12 tons in air and water-cooled condensing,
A new cryogenic freezing tunnel uses less nitrogen and is easy to clean.