Mokon has expanded its BFC-Series blown film air cooler, now available with airflow of 600-9,000 cubic feet per minute.
A compact design features an air-inlet diffuser that creates a more uniform airflow across the cooling coil and decreases the delta temperature approach. Also, air leaving the chamber is insulated to reduce condensation while providing the coldest air possible to the air ring, according to the company in Buffalo, N.Y.
The product is designed to increase the productivity of blown film lines, especially in warmer climates or environments where ambient air temperatures rise during the summer. The cooler eliminates production variables in air-ring supply, including air temperature, pressure and volume, Mokon said.
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