is critical in many process operations. One of the primary methods used
to accomplish this is to heat or cool a fluid medium, such as water, DI
water, glycol, or synthetic oils, and then circulate the fluid around
or through the product or process. Since long tubing or piping runs are
often used to reach the point of process, a low flow, high head pump like
the MTH regenerative turbine is ideally suited for these conditions.
For example, one of the most critical processes in the production of computer
chips is the depositing of various conductors onto a silicon or other
semiconductor substrate. This process is applied in a sterile, vacuum
environment that must be temperature controlled to less than 1 degree
variation. MTH T Series pumps are used to supply the temperature control
fluid to the production process area.
Other temperature control applications include; controlling mold temp
for rubber and plastics processing for both material flow and curing optimization,
cooling oil in machine tools, or the ink in high speed printing presses.
Depending on the fluid, temperature and chemistry, a variety of pump constructions
such as bronze fitted, all iron, all bronze or 316 stainless steel may
be required. For less critical applications, any of the mechanically sealed
units on our standard products page may
be sufficient to handle your application, while expensive or toxic cooling
mediums such as Galden (TM) or Flourinert (TM) may require the use of
a sealless canned pump which you can learn about on our custom
engineered products page.
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