We have had several customers asking
for cooling systems, due to the cost of city water.
We offer several systems for our customers, but sell mostly
the Dynaflux systems. These are self contained systems
that can be hooked up to individual machines, or if the system is big enough,
to more than one machine. We had one customer with an older plant
that bought one to try, then was so happy with it that he bought 29 more
of them. He told us that he paid for all of them in one year with the
savings he realized on his city water bill.
We also sell the coolant for
these systems. They
call it "anti-freeze", but it also has a lubricant in it for their system.
So, if you purchase a cooler, please purchase the anti-freeze also.
As a word of caution to those who would build their own
system. We had another customer who did build his own cooling system.
He added a "store bought" anti-freeze as his coolant. Everything
went well until he sprung a leak in one of his transformer. When we
tore the transformer apart to fix it, we found that his anti-freeze had dissolved
all copper cooling tubes in the transformers. It cost him over a thousand
dollars to remedy this problem.
Below we show a table on how to choose a chiller for
your machine. We have found, as a rule of thumb, that you should choose your
chiller by the chart, and then go one system larger for best results.
Please call us for any assistance in placing your order.