Manufacturer of Chillers and Accessories:
Advantage Engineering increases the profitability of industrial manufacturing companies in a wide range of industries by developing and manufacturing innovative industrial heat transfer products including water chillers, temperature control units and evaporative cooling towers. By providing effective and energy efficient process cooling, Advantage equipment improves product quality and reduces manufacturing time in many applications.
ADVANTAGE temperature controllers circulate fluid through a process application for HEATING or HEATING AND COOLING.
WATER UNITS circulate water through the process and are used for applications where the required temperature ranges from 30° to 300°F. Water units use a pump to circulate water through the process, an electric immersion heater to add heat to the process and a cooling valve working with a plant water supply for cooling the process. Water units are portable and require a plant water supply source. Temperature controllers supply fluid temperatures from 30° to 500°F.
OIL UNITS circulate oil through the process and are used for applications where the required temperature ranges from 100° to 500°F. Oil units use a pump to circulate high temperature heat transfer fluid through the process, an electric heater to add heat to the process and an optional heat exchanger with cooling water inlet control valve for cooling the process.
Regal Series, Temperature Control Oil Units (Brochure)
ADVANTAGE chillers circulate cooled fluid to provide process cooling to single or multiple use points. Chillers use mechanical refrigeration to supply fluid between 20°F to 70°F. Chillers are available in water and air condensed styles, portable and central, and with or without integral pumps and reservoir tanks.
PORTABLE CHILLERS supply temperatures between 20° to 70°F, are self contained units and use a refrigerant system to chill water. The chilled water is stored in a reservoir and supplied to the process using a circulating pump. Custom designed microprocessor instrumentation control the unit's operation. Portable chillers can service single or multiple process cooling points, and are designed to be moved between process applications as needed.