Chiller Used in Thermal Extrusion Process Helps Recycle Rubber Tires
Thermonics has engineered a low temperature, small footprint chiller for use in the thermal-mechanical extrusion process that devulcanizes and recycles rubber. The chiller’s continuous delivery of sub-cooled liquid carbon dioxide is critical for both the chemical conversion process and the health of integrated components that would fail if gaseous carbon dioxide entered the process.
Portable Chillers Improve Semiconductor Testing
Thermonics, Mansfield, MA (thermonics.com), a member of inTEST Thermal Solutions, has developed a portable, low-temperature fluid chiller for MCT Worldwide, Minneapolis, MN (mct.com), improving strip handler equipment efficiency. MCT is the leader in strip test handlers for the semiconductor testing industry. The new chiller improves overall equipment efficiency for those customers performing cold testing down to -55ºC. The chiller has been integrated with MCT’s SH-5000 Strip Test Handler which is widely used for testing of both leaded and leadless semiconductor packages.
Six ultra-low temperature air and water-cooled fluid chillers
Thermonics, Mansfield, MA (thermonics.com)…A new family of ultra-low temperature air- and water-cooled chillers, suitable for labs and plants, has been introduced by Thermonics Corp. These portable two-stage, cascade refrigeration chillers are capable of reaching -80°C. Recirculating heat-transfer fluids at precise temperatures each model provides various cooling capacities to support a particular application, up to 2.5kW at -80°C.
Twelve models of air and water-cooled fluid chillers
Thermonics, Mansfield, MA (thermonics.com)…A standard line of -40°C and -60°C portable, low-temperature chillers has been introduced by Thermonics Corp. These 12 air- and water-cooled fluid chillers build on the recently introduced family of -80°C units. With precise temperature control of recirculating heat-transfer fluids, each model provides various capacities to support a particular application, up to 5.4kW at -40°C.