CHICAGO (Aug. 1, 2:35 p.m. EDT) — Mokon of Buffalo, N.Y., broadened its product offerings with an expanded line of mold-temperature controllers and additional central chillers and pump tanks.
Several of the new products have larger capacities, said Thomas Valentine, vice president of sales and marketing.
The air- or water-cooled Iceman central chillers have single- and multiple-circuit designs, capacities of 30-80 tons and prices starting at around $20,000. Scroll or semi-hermetic discus compressors are used. A microprocessor or an Allen-Bradley programmable logic controller is a standard feature.
Mokon sizes and customizes its new line of pump tank configurations.
Mokon's expanded line of Duratherm circulating water temperature control systems includes models of 5, 7.5 and 10 horsepower and heating capacity up to 96 kilowatts, instead of the previous capacity of 48 kw. Units start at $2,100.
A new ClearFlo system starting at $1,800 and combination ClearFlo Plus system at $4,000 reduce contamination in heat-transfer fluid systems and minimize downtime and maintenance costs. ClearFlo removes particles as small as 10 microns, and ClearFlo Plus captures particles as small as 0.1 micron to remove fluid contamination and water buildup.
The new Duratherm negative pressure temperature control system temporarily can fix cooling circuit leaks, permitting production to continue through the end of a run. The Duratherm NPS can provide positive pressure when no leaks are present or negative pressure to stop a leak.
Mokon began making circulating liquid temperature control systems in 1955. The company employs 50 and is a unit of Protective Industries LLC.