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Thank You to Bantam Cider – Cambridge, Massachusetts

Thank You to Bantam Cider – Cambridge, Massachusetts

Brewery Chillers , Glycol Chiller , Glycol Chillers , Medium Temp Chillers , Medium Temperature Chiller , Uncategorized , Winery Chillers Blog 🕔July 22, 2015

Congratulation to Bantam Cider on the expansion of their hard cidery which included a new American Chiller. Bantam is a “Modern American” cidery located in the Boston, Mass area. If the attention to detail that Dana Masterpolo put into her

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Automatic Brewery Control Panels

Automatic Brewery Control Panels

Brewery Chillers , Glycol Chiller , Glycol Chillers , High Tech Chillers , Medium Temp Chillers , Medium Temperature Chiller , Winery Chillers Blog 🕔July 1, 2015

American Chillers Automatic Brewery Control Panels provide state of the art control of the brewery process to allow Brew Masters and Wine Makers more control of their brewery system. Brewers and Wine Makers have multiple jacketed tanks and a circulating

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All American Barbecued Tech Support

Uncategorized 🕔May 22, 2015

When Ralph Hall at Kravin Frozen Yogurt in Wisconsin needed chiller tech support on his busiest day of the year, July 4th, Russell Watkins, American Chillers technician was available to help him. Frozen yogurt and ice cream machines often use

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What size tank do I need for my brewery, cidery or winery glycol chiller?

Brewery Chillers , FAQ , Glycol Chillers , Medium Temp Chillers , Winery Chillers Blog 🕔May 21, 2015

Chiller glycol tanks are engineered to help absorb heat from the process and eliminate or minimize temperature swings. Large (oversized) glycol chiller tanks are especially important with process that have load swings, but are not very critical for most winery

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Why won’t my glycol chiller go below 40F degrees?

Brewery Chillers , Glycol Chiller , High Temperature Chiller , Medium Temperature Chiller , Winery Chillers Blog 🕔May 20, 2015

Chillers are made to work in temperature ranges, mostly known as high, medium and low. A high temperature chiller made for comfort cooling (air-conditioning) is not built to cool below 40F degrees. If you drop the temperature below forty degrees,

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High Tech. Industrial Chiller for US Navy

High Tech Chillers 🕔March 6, 2015

The United States Navy recently chose American Chillers and Cooling Tower Systems Inc. to supply a redundant chiller system to cool a sophisticated Radar Systems laboratory at a Naval base in Indiana. The chiller was designed to provide process cooling

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American Cold Plunge Chillers & Pro Sports Teams

Cold Plunge Chiller 🕔January 27, 2015

American Chillers has provided cold plunge spa chillers to professional sports teams for many years. Among some of the teams to have cold plunge chillers from American Chillers & Cooling Tower Systems, Inc. are the Philadelphia 76ers, Chicago Bears, Oklahoma

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Single Phase Winery Chillers – Texas, USA

Winery Chillers Blog 🕔January 27, 2015

American Chillers & Cooling Tower Systems, Inc. recently build two, 10 ton single phase winery chillers for Torr Na Lochs winery in South Texas. The customer had a need for their new facility expansion, but due to their remote location,

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Thank You – Bill White of White Flame Brewery

Thank You – Bill White of White Flame Brewery

Brewery Chillers 🕔January 14, 2015

Here’s to White Flame Brewery and Mr. Bill White! White Flame Brewery in Hudsonville, Michigan recently purchased a 7.5 nominal ton brewery chiller. Bill had picked up a used piece of equipment and decided that it was more work than

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5 Chiller Tips & Tricks For Cold Weather

Uncategorized 🕔January 8, 2015

Prepare your chiller for cold winter days and nights. 1. Make sure the chiller has the proper mixture of glycol.  Gylcol charts will show your ambient temperature and the amount of glycol (anti-freeze) you will need. To check your glycol levels

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