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ICS unveils thermoregulators for hygienic conditions

15 March 2013

ICS Temperature Control has launched a range of thermoregulators and temperature controllers with an IP65 rating.

Featuring the latest touch screen technology, the C7 Advanced Controller is designed to offer recipe control, temperature, flow and pressure trending, selectable languages and data logging which can be saved to an SD card for validation requirements.

The products, which are manufactured in the UK under the brand name ICS Tricool Thermal, have been developed for hygienic and hose-down areas in the food, chemical and pharmaceutical industries. All units are manufactured to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accreditations.

The range includes water heaters, oil heaters and pressurised water heaters, with capabilities ranging from 9-48kW and temperatures up to 160°C for water and 350°C for thermal oil which is said to reduce heat up time by as much as 30%.

ICS says it has specifically designed the units so they can be tailored to manufacturers’ needs and if necessary, designed to communicate with higher level machines or line controls through a wide range of electronic interfaces.
The Tricool units have been developed in a bid to provide precise temperature control by distributing water through a closed circuit that maintains the temperature of the contents of jacketed vessels within a very tight tolerance. 

ICS adds that its experienced team of designers and service engineers will provide 24/7 service and maintenance support throughout the UK and Ireland.

Standard units are stocked at ICS’s main Southampton site and are available for purchase or hire, with servicing and extended warranty packages to support the products. 

According to ICS the Tricool Thermal is one of the few facilities in the UK to contain a fully fitted test rig which gives visitors the opportunity to see the equipment being manufactured and tested to high performance levels. The company says it welcomes potential customers to schedule a visit to view this in action.

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