CUSTOM FLUID TEMPERATURE CONTROL
The Fluxwrap is a cutting edge fluid channel blanket that can chill materials in drums, totes, tanks and all manner of vessels even when a heat exchanger is not currently present. Fluxwrap applies chilling to many vessels that were previously difficult or financially unrealistic to chill. Do your temperature needs change? Simply change the temperature of the fluid running through Fluxwrap and you have an effective medium for heating. Fluxwrap is a versatile fluid temperature control solution.
The proprietary multi-channel fluid path allows maximum flow with minimal pressure. Elastic strap design ensures good thermal conductivity between blanket and drum, and wrap conforms to drum or tote to maintain thermal contact over uneven surfaces. The full-coverage design comes standard with insulated wrap for thermal control and to reduce condensation. Combine Fluxwrap with a North Slope Chiller and enjoy a complete fluid temperature control solution.Download Chiller Catalog
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We create temperature solutions for industries all over the world
From chillers to fluid channel wraps, we create complete solutions
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Certified for C1D1 Hazardous Locations
AIR LIQUIDE HAZARDOUS LOCATION TEMPERATURE CONTROL
Air Liquide moves dichlorosilane gas from 1 ton cylinders to smaller, portable containers for distribution. The major hurdle they faced came as the gas became too cold in winter and cold conditions, preventing the container from draining completely. Ideally, this gas needed to maintain a regular temperature of 120° F to flow correctly in the winter. This is also a hazardous gas: extremely flammable chemical (C1D2). Two issues needed to be addressed and required the expertise of North Slope Chillers custom engineers: maintain temperature to improve flow and create a solution safe for a highly flammable application.
GE found Powerblanket through a third party distributor seeking a cooling solution for a plant in Mexico. They had 55 gallon drums of varnish, epoxy, and resins and were losing up to eight barrels (valued at $5,000.00 each) each week. The ambient conditions of roughly 125°F caused the material in the drum to cure while still in the barrel. Powerblanket supplied six chillers and six fluid circulation blankets to stage on production line to eliminate loss.