Industrial Chillers

Our Range of Industrial Chillers

Thermal Engineering is your cooling solution provider that offers more than industrial coolers and chillers. We are your partner in achieving success in your chosen industry, as we provide excellent products, expert assistance, and customised, scalable solutions for your industrial cooling requirements. It is our mission to ensure you get the help you need in maintaining your operations and keeping machines or equipment cool so they run smoothly and efficiently.

Whether your project calls for a rooftop setup or a plant room installation, our team can design and select the suitable cooling package for you. From small-scale solutions to multi-megawatt projects, we strive to certify that you receive the right chiller every single time.

York Air Cooled Screw Compressor Liquid Chillers

York Chillers

York is one of the prominent names that stand out in the field of cooling solutions. The chillers under this brand are engineered to provide reliable cooling for various applications, such as commercial and industrial settings. Thermal Engineering offers York chillers with a duty range from 50kW to 1,750kW.

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Fluid Chillers

Using fluid chillers, it’s easy to remove heat from water, water-glycol mixture, or liquid through a refrigeration cycle. They can lower the temperature of circulating fluids, ensuring they remain at your desired setpoint. Thermal Engineering offers fully weatherproof fluid chillers with 11kW to 216kW duty range, providing flexibility to meet different cooling needs.

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Aqua Coolers

Our chillers from Aqua Cooler have a duty range of 1.5kW to 200kW with notable features, such as hydrophilic-coated aluminium condenser fins with an option to upgrade e-coating for added rust protection. Aqua Cooler is known for its high-quality construction, combining practicality and style. These chillers are the perfect fit for agriculture, healthcare, food processing, and many other applications.

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See Our INDUSTRIAL Projects

Discover Thermal Engineering’s portfolio that showcases our past projects. Since we started, we have designed cooling solutions for multiple companies and organisations from diverse industries. These projects are a testament to our track record, demonstrating our expertise in our efforts as we deliver reliable and efficient cooling systems for all.

Best Bar chiller

The South Flank project was Thermal Engineering’s largest order of IPA/HM Chillers at the time of order and were built to service the BHP – South Flank project which was the largest iron ore built in WA in last 50 years

Minderoo research centre project

The Minderoo Foundation is a modern philanthropic organisation, founded by Andrew and Nicola Forrest in 2001. One of the philanthropic endeavours of the organisation is the Exmouth Research Lab which is a marine research facility on the Ningaloo Reef. Thermal Engineering, were engaged through the design company to develop a chiller that was critical to […]

Who Are Thermal Engineering

Established in 1991 as Thermal Engineering Pty Ltd, our company was initially a two-person team before expanding and transitioning to a cooling tower solutions provider. Today, we are a trusted vendor to Tier 1 miners, including Rio Tinto and BHP, along with Tier 2 and 3 miners. Our mission has not changed: To provide the best-engineered cooling solutions for any industry.

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Industrial Service FAQs

  • Increased Equipment Lifespan: Industrial chillers help extend the life of machinery by maintaining optimal operating temperatures, especially in environments where equipment is under significant stress. Overheating can cause wear and tear, leading to frequent breakdowns. By keeping temperatures stable, chillers reduce this risk.
  • Reduced Risk of Safety Hazards: By preventing overheating, industrial chillers reduce the risk of safety hazards such as fires. Overheating equipment can not only cause fires but also pose other risks to personnel and property. Effective cooling systems ensure a safer working environment.
  • Year Round Stability: In environments that experience large changes in temperature conditions an industrial chiller will ensure your equipment can operate at peak efficiency even during the hottest summer months.

If you notice any of these signs, it may be time to replace your chiller:

  • Increasing Maintenance Costs: If the costs for maintaining your chiller are rising, it could indicate that the system is ageing and becoming less reliable.
  • Unexplained Higher Energy Bills: A sudden increase in energy bills without a corresponding rise in usage may suggest that your chiller is no longer operating efficiently and is consuming more power to provide the same cooling output.
  • Difficulty Finding Replacement Parts: As chillers age, finding replacement parts can become challenging. If parts are becoming scarce or obsolete, it may be more cost-effective to replace the unit.
  • Older Chiller: Older chillers tend to be less efficient and more prone to breakdowns. Modern chillers offer advanced technology that can provide better performance and efficiency.
  • Frequent Repairs Needed: If your chiller needs repairs frequently, it’s a sign that it’s nearing the end of its useful life. Continually repairing an old unit can be more expensive in the long run than investing in a new one.
  • Operational Issues Reported by Staff: If your staff are reporting problems with the chiller’s performance, such as inconsistent temperatures or unreliable operation, it’s a clear indication that the chiller may need to be replaced.
Water-Cooled Chillers:
  • Cooling Method: Water-cooled chillers use cooling towers to dissipate heat. The water absorbs heat from the refrigerant and then is cooled by the tower, which involves a combination of air and water flow to remove the heat.
  • Installation: These chillers are typically installed indoors and are connected to external cooling towers.
  • Efficiency: Water-cooled chillers tend to be more efficient, especially in large industrial applications, because water is more effective at heat transfer than air.
  • Maintenance: They require regular maintenance of the cooling towers and water quality management to prevent scaling and corrosion.
Air-Cooled Chillers:
  • Cooling Method: Air-cooled chillers rely on ambient air to dissipate heat. The refrigerant releases heat to the air through a series of fans and fins.
  • Installation: These chillers are usually installed outdoors to ensure they have access to a continuous supply of fresh air.
  • Efficiency: Air-cooled chillers are generally less efficient than water-cooled chillers, particularly in hot climates, because air is less effective at heat transfer.
  • Maintenance: They require less maintenance than water-cooled systems as there is no need for water quality management or cooling tower upkeep.
Choosing between water-cooled and air-cooled chillers depends on various factors, including the specific cooling requirements, available space, climate conditions, and budget considerations.

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