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8/28/2014 | 1 MINUTE READ

CAMX 2014 preview: Mokon

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Mokon (Buffalo, N.Y., USA), a manufacturer of heating and cooling temperature control systems located in hazardous and non-hazardous areas, provides systems for applications that require process temperatures from -20°F to 700°F (-29°C to 371°C).

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Mokon (Buffalo, N.Y., USA), a manufacturer of heating and cooling temperature control systems located in hazardous and non-hazardous areas, provides systems for applications that require process temperatures from -20°F to 700°F (-29°C to 371°C). At CAMX Mokon will feature its line of compact water systems for temperature control for process heating requirements up to 380°F/193°C. Standard systems are available with up to 96 kW of heating capacity and motors up to 10 h-p, with flow rates from 10 to 120 gpm. Single- or dual-zone, positive or negative pressure flow, cooling circuits and engineered systems are also available.

Also in the booth will be circulating oil temperature control systems for process heating requirements up to 700°F/371°C under relatively low pressures. Oil systems are available with heating capacities up to 600 kW; flow rates of 5 to 120 gpm; single-, dual- and triple-zone configurations; positive and negative pressure flows; portable or stationary designs, and cooling circuits. 

Mokon also offers integrated water and oil heating systems with its line of chillers providing a compact, self-supporting heating and cooling system. These system designs are for applications that use jacketed vessels, mixers, heat exchangers and reactors in a variety of applications including laboratories and sanitary environments. Systems are available with heating up to 96 kW, cooling to 40 tons, flows to 120 gpm  and with a wide range of temperatures from  -20°F to 600°F (-29°C to 315°C).

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