Process Cooling Units
Dawsongroup | PCC has a modern fleet of process cooling units and fluid chillers available and ready for quick-deployment, with duties ranging from 10kw to 750kw to offer functional and reliable cooling of water, glycol mixes and other thermal transfer fluids.
Our process cooling units can operate as stand-alone units or can be coupled together with other units for increased efficiency and performance. We also have a fleet of Heat Pumps available for hire ranging from 20kw to 300kw.
Flexibility To Suit Your Application
Our current range of process chillers can produce outlet temperature down to -30c and are complemented by our range of onboard or additional pump sets to cover a wide range of flow requirements. In addition to this, our range of plated heat exchangers can be used across a wide range of applications including food grade, brine, acid, and chemical applications.
Our Customers Say…
”I like trust, transparency, good prices and partnership”
– Danny Roberts, Logistics Manager, National Veterinary Service
“You gave us the best option for what we wanted, it was the most complete unit,
– Ricky Rowett, AMRC Composites Centre
“Dawsongroup provided a unique customer support service for our requirements”
– Peter Greer, AstraZeneca
See Who We Have Helped
Case Study: PharmaceuticalA major Pharmaceutical outsourcing company was experiencing ongoing issues with a critical part of their cooling plant, the unit in …
Case Study: HealthcareOur Customer had an issue with a chilled water circuit feeding critical scanning equipment.
Case Study: Data CentresA long-standing facilities manager partner approached us on behalf of a client they supported in Central London.
Case Study: ManufacturingThe customer manufactures a wide range of plastic storage containers for various applications.
Case Study: BakeryWe supplied/installed a suitably sized glycol (air-cooled) chiller with on board pumps /tank along with low-temperature air handlers positioned internally.
Case Study: Baked SavouriesOne of our customers had concerns over staff welfare from March through to the end of September during the higher …
Case Study: DairyCustomer had experienced a major incident on site, which had resulted in the loss of some valuable storage space for …
Case Study: ConfectionaryThe customer had major issues in their main packing area due to high ambient and humidity levels.
Case Study: 3PLCustomer was currently operating mixed products in an ambient warehousing facility – they had the opportunity to take on a …
Case Study: AutomotiveCustomer had secured a new contract which meant they needed to install various new manufacturing cells to their production area, …
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