food processing chillers

Food Processing Chillers – More Information

Green Cooling industrial-grade food processing chillers use process cooling to remove heat from your cooling equipment, to ensure your food is properly chilled to your exact specifications. Our robust line of food manufacturing refrigeration solutions can be used for a variety of food processing applications. Some of the most common include:

  • Cheese
  • Meat
  • Sauce
  • Yogurt
  • Ice cream
  • Chocolate
  • Cold tables
  • Bakeries

If you require a cooling solution for a different product, please reach out to us and we will more than likely be able to assist.

We can install both air-cooled and water-cooled food processing chillers. Air-cooled chillers use ambient air to remove heat from your food cooling processes. The main advantages of air-cooled chillers are that they help you save energy and space. Water-cooled chillers use water from an external cooling tower to remove heat from your food processes. These systems are long-lasting, quiet, and also feature energy-efficiency properties.

If you are unsure which solution is right for you, don’t worry. As the experts, we’ll help you determine which type of food processing chiller is best for your application.

Food Processing Chillers Vs Ice Cooling


Some food manufacturers spend thousands a month on ice for cooling requirements, creating an ongoing financial burden. Our food processing chillers don’t require continual ice replenishment so that you can save or reinvest the funds from ice purchases back into your business. The initial investment for a Green Cooling food processing chiller quickly pays itself back.

Improved Performance

When you use ice or less dependable solutions, ice can often form in the chiller, reducing the performance of the system’s circulation. Our food processing chillers reliably maintain narrow temperature ranges, so there’s no risk of freezing. Additionally, our glycol systems have antifreeze properties, ensuring you’ll never need to worry about ice in your chiller again.

Precise Temperature Control

Food processing chillers offer much more precise temperature control than ice-cooling methods. With secondary heat exchangers and variable frequency drives (VFDs), our systems can chill water to the brink of freezing if the application demands, with precise temperature controls to keep the process flowing smoothly.