Dry Coolers, Inc. is a major supplier of industrial cooling systems and professional engineering services. Located in the heart of the automotive industry, Dry Coolers is experienced in working with large and small contractors to assist in the design and manufacture of industrial process cooling solutions. Our cooling systems range in size from small point-of-service cooling to large complex plant-wide systems.
Using degreed, in-house engineering talent and the latest CAD design programs, Dry Coolers can provide state-of-the-art assistance to make your installation a smooth one. Dry Coolers' involvement in your project can be as simple as that of a supplier of individual system components or as complex as the complete design and installation of plant-wide cooling system.
Dry Coolers' equipment ranges from simple manually controlled equipment to complex, PLC-driven systems for automated operation. Each project is provided with documentation that is professional and complete in the form of operation and maintenance manuals, engineering and installation drawings, etc. Proposal drawings can be provided with 3-D views as well as conventional 2-D layouts for clarity of illustration.
Designed specifically for quenching applications in the heat treating industry, Solanus Air Cooled Quench Oil Coolers incorporate quality engineered state-of-the-art features optimized by 3D solid modeling for the ultimate in reliability and maintainability. Solanus quench coolers are a totally... Read More
Mechanical refrigeration chiller systems utilize the compression, condensation, and expansion of specialized refrigerant material to provide temperatures lower than ambient temperatures. Chillers can be designed for any application, from 2 ton portable chillers to 400 ton cooling systems, all of... Read More
PROTECT YOUR EQUIPMENT FROM CLOGGING AND CONTAMINATION CleanLoop systems are one of Dry Coolers’ specialties. Closed loop systems maximize reliability by isolating your process equipment from hard, corrosive plant or “city” cooling water. Isolated loops help to protect and reduce cost of... Read More
Estimate Flow in Your System Check your pump discharge pressure and find your operating point on the manufacturer's pump curve. A given impeller diameter will operate along a curve developing more pressure at lower flow rates and less pressure at higher flow rates. The more flow the pump... Read more