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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
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