Industrial cooling systems are used to keep equipment whose heat losses cannot be dispersed into the air cool.
It extracts a cooling circuit's heat overflow by exchanging heat with raw water, air or a refrigerant to maintain the circuit at the right temperature.
This cooling circuit then cools a power converter, a inductor or a compensation box. In operation, of these elements naturally creates heat build-up that can damage some of their powered electrical or electronic components. A cooling circuit kept at the right temperature can also prevent condensation problems on the electronic components.
Cooling thus ensures the stability and operational performance of equipment over time and also creates the optimal conditions for safe use.
Cooling devices for metal parts, such as quenching tanks, can also be combined with cooling systems, or groups. The parts are then cooled in a line, by immersion or statically by spraying oil or pure water or supplemented with additives (PAG or PVP polymers).