TermoChiller Graphic

TermoChiller Graphic


Controlled heating and cooling in a single unit, known as the Transcalor TermoChiller.

Comprised of a complete cooling system (air conditioning cycle) and electric resistance heating, with distinct pumps and tubes, in the same housing, water- or solution-cooled, and controlled between 5°C and 90°C.

 

Main uses:

• Flexography: ensures quality printing regardless of natural local conditions, maintaining precise temperatures for each component of the process (calendar rolls, central drum)

• HP digital printers: used in high-speed production digital printers

• Plastic processing: apply distinct temperatures for each phase of the process in the mold ensures high productivity and quality, with the flexibility to send hot and cold water through two separate flows.

Highlights:

• Precision temperature control within 0.5°C

• Models with one or two water flows

• Corrosion-resistant pumps and tubing

• Automatic water refill

• Pumps chosen to meet required flow and pressure

• Control with failure warnings and dynamic readout of operation status.

 

Safety and regulations

Transcalor considers safety a requirement. Installation and electrical panels follow the standards of regulations NR-10, NR-12 and NBR 5410, offering the operator safety. Boilers have safety valves that are certified to function when MAWP (maximum allowable working pressure) is exceeded.



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