Industrial Water Chillers - 0.5 to 3kw units air cooled

The MIKRO and MINI Chillers are designed to cool processes with small heat loads.

They can be installed indoors or outdoors and can be configured to supply chilled water for:

• Potable water applications

• Process cooling from an internal buffer tank

• Process cooling to an external buffer tank

Chiller Applications

Industrial process chillers are designed to circulate water to a heat producing process via a water pump. The water brings the heat back to the chiller where the compression cycle cools the water before it is returned to the heat process.

Over clocking

Food Preparation

Medical Apps

Process cooling



The chillers are supplied with – as standard
• An internal buffer tank to protect the compressor from excessive starts, close temperature tolerance, reduces thermal spikes and allows for vented design with no need for hydronics kit
• Suitable for indoor or outdoor installation
• Rugged galvanized steel construction
• Components sourced from the industry’s tier one suppliers
• R134a refrigerant for high ambient temperature operation and the lowest GWP of all contemporary refrigerants
• Integrated circulation pump
• Comprehensive 12 months warranty on all parts and labour
• Accurate electronic controller
• 316SS plate heat exchanger evaporator
• Comprehensive factory testing before dispatch


Close tolerance (CT):
The chiller can be manufactured with a hot gas bypass valve for close temperature tolerance. Standard tolerance achievable is ±0.5C depending on load profile The valve acts to retard evaporator capacity as the chilled water temperature approaches set point.

             Micro Chillers Only

BMS Connectivity:
The chiller can be connected to the high or low level BMS Low level connectivity will be dry contact for- Master run

– Master fault
High level connectivity is Modbus rs485

             Micro Chillers Only

Potable water supply (I):
The chiller can be manufactured to deliver water for potable water application. A typical installation requires the chiller to be connected to the main water and the pressure from the main is used to supply the process.

The chiller can be supplied on wheels for ease of re-location