Process and industrial cooling solutions

Our process cooling specialists are on hand to support you from initial product selection through to delivery, installation & commissioning. Whether you’re looking for a single, supply only unit or a completely bespoke system, we’re here to help.


Aqua Pro chillers, designed specifically for process applications, low GWP operation and integrated free cooling option. 

Ambient cooling

Including adiabatic & dry air coolers, free coolers and cooling towers.

Heat Pumps

A range of air to water, water to water and reverse cycle heat pumps, operating on Propane R290, R1234ze or R1233zd refrigerants.

Temperature control units

Water and oil operated, Single TCU units, available from stock for quick UK wide delivery.

Design and installation

From a complete cooling system to bespoke chiller or cooling skid, our Projects team have the know how you need.

Data centre cooling

An innovative, market leading approach, recognised by a Queen’s Award for Enterprise.


Everything you need to bring your cooling project together, including water treatment.

"At Aqua our mission is to redefine the value that amazing service and dedicated people can bring to customers' business".
Owen, Sales & Marketing Director

More customers are choosing to partner with us because our people go the extra mile at every stage to make often complex and large projects feel easy. It’s our brand USP. From airports, to ice cream manufacturers, breweries to universities, we’re proud to be supporting the businesses and organisations that so many of us rely on in our day to day lives in the UK.

asked questions

Temperature control means to control the temperature of a space, or an industrial or manufacturing process, so that it is maintained at a required temperature.

Temperature control works by comparing the actual temperature to the required temperature – often referred to as a setpoint – and adjusting it accordingly. Common ways of controlling temperature include the use of air conditioning units & space heaters for air and temperature control units (TCUs) & chillers for fluids.

Temperature control is used across a range of industry sectors and is key to industrial manufacturing processes. Here are some examples of temperature control applications within some of the key sectors:

Automotive – body panel pressing, engine testing, welding lines.

Food & beverage – pasteurisation, cook/chill systems, vessel heating & cooling, distillery & cold filtering.

Chemical, petrochemical, oil & gas – vessel heating & cooling, pump cooling, glass vessel systems, transformer cooling.

Plastics, rubber & packaging – injection moulding, extrusion, blow moulding, blown film, rubber processing & vulcanising, vacuum & thermoforming.

Metal finishing – laser cutting, anodising, machine tool cooling, welding, furnace cooling.

Medical & pharmaceutical – electromagnet cooling, ultra-pure water systems, reaction cooling, vessel heating & cooling.

Data Centres – computer cooling.

Heat pumps work by taking heat from a source and passing it through a refrigeration cycle, until it reaches the required temperature .  The heat source can be waste heat, from a manufacturing process for example, or from the outside ambient air.  Industrial heat pumps are an environmentally friendly choice because they significantly reduce carbon emissions compared to conventional heating methods. They also offer improved energy efficiency and lower operating costs, making them a sustainable and economical heating solution for a wide range of industrial applications.

Heat pumps can be used to scavenge heat from industrial processes that would ordinarily be lost to the outside air, through chillers, free coolers or cooling towers. The main use of that heat can be for boiler replacements within the process or just heating buildings or hot water supplies for offices.