Industrial Process Chillers and Coolers

Extend the lives of welding tips and electrodes by keeping them cool. Eliminate sticking and increase weld consistency with closed-loop chilling and cooling systems from MTA, available in simple systems for single-machine applications or larger systems for multi-machine operations.

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Chillers have a refrigerant to keep temperatures manageable, while coolers recirculate and passively cool water. Chillers are better than coolers for higher-volume applications or higher-temperature systems such as aluminum welding. Maintaining electrode temperature can extend the life of your consumables and result in more consistent welds.

Standard Features of MTA Chillers

High-Efficiency Coil Evaporator Saves cooling energy costs throughout the life of the chiller. Uses copper tubes and aluminum fins inside tank to reduce ambient heat gain; process fluid flows in contact with finned surface, cooled by refrigerant

Dynamic Setpoint Capability Ability to link chiller output to the ambient temperature to avoid catastrophic damage from condensation

Non-Ferrous Water Circuit Copper and stainless steel components (water tank, pump, exchanger) resist corrosion

Indoor/Outdoor Capabilities Standard features include powder-coated steel case with IP44 to IP54 protection against dust and water; extreme hot/cold weather adaptations optional

Hermetic Scroll Compressors Orbiting scrolls, mounted on anti-vibration dampers with protection against
overheating, excessive currents and high exhaust temperatures

R410A Refrigerant High-efficiency, bromine- and chlorine-free; zero ozone depletion potential

Close Side Clearance Top exhaust design allows MTA chillers to sit close to other machinery, saving valuable floor space

Select Chiller Options and Accessories

Remote Control Panel Dixell VICX 620 remote panel allows for full-function access in outdoor applications or centralized control/monitoring setups

Closed/Pressurized Auto-Fill Tank Automatic filling feature maintains fluid levels and allows for pressurized systems

Open/Atmospheric Expansion Tank A top-open tank that allows for easy manual refilling

Other options are also available for a variety of applications, including precise temperature control (for scientific applications) and pump pressure upgrades. Please see the Industrial Chiller Selection Guide for more information.

Issues caused by insufficient cooling (From the WeldHelp Resistance Welding Troubleshooting Guide):

  • Cracks & holes
  • Inconsistent weld quality
  • Sticking/stuck tips
  • Stuck welds
  • Undersized welds
  • Excessively high component temperatures (indicated by accelerated discoloration)
  • Excessive tip wear