Sometimes hot things need to cool off. That’s where we come in.
The Pro catalog has provided chiller systems for the smallest artisan bakeries, small tortilla factories, a bun factory for a leading fast food chain all the way up to large regional bakeries supplying products across the United States.
As the Bakery Industry has worked with the EPA to develop its own standards over the past decade, most large bakeries have hired Pro to help transition from cooling their dough mixers directly with refrigerant to cooling them with Chilled Glycol solutions. We also help them with: chilled potable water, ingrediator (ingredient mixer), room, and liquid yeast cooling.
Bakeries have multiple uses for chilled glycol including:
· Mixer Cooling: Chilled glycol is circulated through a cooling jacket to control the dough-out temperature, critical to any baker.
· Sponge Cooling: Chilled glycol is circulated through a plate heat exchanger, cooling Sponge.
· Chilled Potable Water: Provide 34-35° F Chilled Potable Water from our standard mixer chiller system.
· Liquid Yeast Cooling: The liquid yeast is stored in jacketed tanks and it is critical to control their temperatures.
Ice Cream. Coffee Extract. Juice. Pasta. The list goes on and on. And Pro has designed, built, and supplied these companies with the system they needed. If the application requires fluid operating temperatures between +20 F and 35 F, in a capacity range from 15,000 BTU/HR to 2,000,000 BTU/HR- Pro has an option that should be considered.
Food Plants have multiple uses for chilled water/glycol including:
· Product Tank Cooling: Chilled glycol is circulated through cooling jackets on product storage tanks.
· Chilled Potable Water: Provide 34-35° F Chilled Potable Water.
· Pasteurizer Duties: Plate and Vat Pasteurization Systems all require glycol cooling.
· Process Water: Replace costly city water cooling loops with closed loop chilled water systems.
· Room Cooling: Chilled glycol circulated through an air/glycol heat exchanger for product storage cooling or general room cooling.