Cold Shot Chillers manufactures air-cooled and water-cooled portable and stationary chillers. Units are typically ready to ship in two weeks or less. Our chillers are properly sized and configured for plastic injection, blow mold, and extrusion applications. The Cold Shot Chillers® manufacturing facility is capable of producing equipment with an endless list of options and modifications to meet virtually any customer need or specific application.
Plastixs supplies a wide range of innovative auxiliary products for plastics processors, like the AIRTECT Leak Detection systems for early detection against plastic leak damage, either within a hot runner mold or at the machine injection nozzle. We are also experts in cables for hot runner... Read More
Arlington Plastics Machinery has 55,000 square feet of storage for used machinery, complete with a machine shop for repairs. We also have a large selection of all types of plastics, packaging, extruder, and chemical machinery. If you are looking for a special machine and we don't have it, we... Read More
Regloplas NA, based in St Joseph, MI, is a wholly owned subsidiary of St. Gallen Switzerland based Regloplas AG.
For over 50 years, Regloplas has designed and produced state of the art water, pressurized water, and oil mold temperature controllers and chillers. Used by the world’s finest... Read More
Cold Shot Chillers® carries a variety of water cooled chillers that suit a wide range of industries. Water cooled chillers absorb heat from process water and transfer it to a separate water source such as a cooling tower, river, pond, etc. Industrial water chillers are generally used for large... Read more
Air cooled chillers absorb heat from process water, and the heat is then transferred to the air around the chiller unit. This type of chiller system is generally used in applications where the additional heat it discharges is not a factor. In fact, it's often practical to use the excess heat to... Read more
To determine the size of chiller you’ll need for your plastic process cooling application, follow this formula:
1. Calculate the pounds of material per hour being processed.
2. Determine how many pounds per hour are required for each ton of cooling capacity on Chart 1. (click Visit Website to... Read more