Thermal Care, Inc.
5680 W Jarvis Ave.
Niles , IL 60714 US
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As Seen In Plastics Technology
Process Cooling: Portable Chiller Line Upgraded
Thermal Care’s Accuchiller NQ Series portable and packaged chillers now include a new control system and cabinetry design.
Thermal Care Maintains Operations During Coronavirus
Deemed an essential business, the manufacturer of process-cooling equipment will remain open during the Covid-19 crisis.
Cooling: Portable Chiller Line Expands With 30-Ton Unit
Thermal Care’s NQV Series Portable Chillers are available from 5 to 30 tons in both air- and water-cooled models.
3 Ways to Reduce Costs in Your Plastics Process Cooling Systems
For most plastics processors, energy and other utilities are among their highest recurring costs. Here are three ways to increase profits by lowering those bills.
Thermal Care Celebrates 50th Anniversary
Process cooling supplier, which was founded in 1969, was acquired by IPEG in 2013 and traces its roots to 1931.
Thermal Care Appoints Justin Ladas as Regional Manager
Ladas will be responsible for supporting Thermal Care’s rep organizations while also reaching out to new and existing customers.
Heating/Cooling: Hybrid Chiller Cuts Energy, Refrigerant Use
Hybrid film evaporator chiller reportedly reduces energy use by 34% and uses less refrigerant than competitive flooded chillers.
Save Energy with New Central Chiller Control Technology
Most central chillers run at full capacity all the time, whether you need it or not. But new “Dynamic Lift” control technology dynamically adjusts capacity to meet the need, delivering substantial energy savings to a central cooling system. Here’s how it works.
Thermal Care Brings Industry 4.0 to Process Cooling
Improved PLC control capabilities and the introduction of a new Industry 4.0 inspired software platform are among the highlights of Thermal Care’s NPE2018 booth (W3163).
NPE2018 New Technology Focus: Process Cooling
Key themes in chillers at NPE2018 are efficiency, connectivity and transparency.
Thermal Care Names Armbruster to Head Sales & Marketing
Auxiliary equipment veteran of more than 20 years ‘uniquely qualified to have an immediate and positive impact.’
Auxiliaries at NPE2018: Packing More Functions in Less Space
Auxiliary equipment suppliers are building more and more technology into their products, packing more physical and virtual functions into the same or smaller footprints.
Central Chiller Uses New Control To Maximize Cooling, Minimize Energy Use
Chiller calculates and uses the lowest allowable refrigerant pressure to maximize performance and deliver energy savings.
Thermal Care Names New Director, Sales & Marketing
Specialist in process cooling adds former Grainger exec.
More Examples of Advanced Chilling Technology
Now three chiller makers use variable-speed condensers to save energy.
Chiller Sets New Benchmarks For Energy Efficiency, Tight Control
Coming in July, a new chiller line boasts up to 50% energy savings and ±0.5°F temperature control.
Thermal Care Moves into Larger Building
Facility is 40% larger than its previous floor space and has room for future expansion.
IPEG Buys Pelletron
Purchase puts IPEG in market for large conveying systems for resin plants.
Thermal Care Breaks Ground on New Building
Relocation to new facility is planned for March 2016.
Auxiliaries AT NPE: New Controls Link Auxiliaries
Industry 4.0—the internet of things—is bringing a new level of connectivity to auxiliary equipment. Here’s a rundown of developments there, along with other news in auxiliaries from the show.
AUXILIARIES AT NPE: More Control, Flexibility, And Efficiency
These are key trends in the many kinds of auxiliary equipment displayed at this month’s show. You’ll also see equipment designed to be virtually ‘foolproof.’