Before we allow our process chillers to go into the field, entrusting them to consistently and effectively perform, we put them through the ringer. We apply a series of conditions, harsher than the ones they should ever actually encounter, and see if they break. We look for any errors in the manufacturing process that we can fix before we send them out. If they are in perfect working order, we put them on a truck and bounce them down the road for delivery, a rough process on its own. This means that we need to build sturdy chillers. We have figured out a few ways to provide that level of quality and hardiness, one of which is to bend our copper pipes, rather than to use brazed joints. This also removes any possibility for human error.
To learn more about our process chillers, or to receive a copy of the Process Chillers Buyer’s Guide, visit the website: legacychillers.com.