Temperature control system series for heating, chilling cycles

Mokon's Full Range temperature control system is designed for industries such as plastics, composites, food processing, pharmaceutical, chemical and other processes that require heating and chilling cycles.
By Mokon April 9, 2016

Mokon's Full Range temperature control system is designed for industries such as plastics, composites, food processing, pharmaceutical, chemical and other processes that require heating and chilling cycles. Courtesy: MokonMokon’s Full Range temperature control system combines a circulating water system and an iceman chiller to provide heating and chilling from a single compact, self-supporting unit. The system is designed for use with jacketed vessels, reactors, multiple-zone processes, laboratories, and sanitary environments and industries such as plastics, composites, food processing, pharmaceutical, chemical and other processes that require heating and chilling cycles.

The Full Range system is available in standard heating capacities up to 96 kW, pumping capacities up to 120 GPM, chilling capacity up to 40 Tons and temperature range of -20 to 300 F (-29 to 149 C). The Full Range temperature control systems features include stainless steel centrifugal pumps, brazed plate evaporator, insulated nonferrous plumbing and components a microprocessor-based controller with an LED readout, and a NEMA-rated electrical enclosure with safety disconnect switch.Mokon’s Full Range systems meet NFPA 79 electrical safety standards for industrial machinery and are equipped with UL 508A labeled electrical sub-panels.

The Full Range temperature control systems can be customized to client specifications in order to meet process requirements such as NEMA 4, NEMA 4X or special washdown demands. A wide variety of additional options and features are available, including stainless steel construction, higher and lower operating temperatures, larger heating and chilling capacities and stationary skid-based assemblies. 

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