What happens when your primary cooling circuit breaks down?
If water enters the glycol circuit through leaks in the cooling system, it‘s invisible to the eye.
• The concentration of the coolant glycol can drop too far and cause the freezing of the pipes of the primary cooling circuit
• Cooling is interrupted
• The pipes can burst
The primary cooling circuit must be repaired and completely refilled with glycol.
» Repair costs for defective components such as burst
» Complete refilling with glycol
» Loss of production during the repair
Without cooling a complete production batch or a storage tank can become completely unusable before the problem can be identified and addressed.
» Complete loss of product value
Continuous monitoring of the glycol concentration with the IRM-11 inline refractometer
» Automatic, active monitoring of the concentration with alarm signal when the value falls below a specific pre-set value
» Easy installation, compact design, reliable function