Often, a cooling solution requires engineering expertise and custom attention. As a premier industrial chiller manufacturer, North Slope Chillers is happy to create the complete cooling solution to quickly meet your needs. North Slope Chillers’ world-class engineering team solve every kind of temperature problem from simple to very complex. Our expertise guarantees satisfied customers in a very short turnaround time.
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North Slope manufactures chillers for many different cooling needs.
Choose from three performance levels to find the portable chiller system ideal for your operation.
A light industrial small water chiller unit used for non-critical applications. Chills down to 45°F.
A compact chiller unit that is dependable and powerful. Freeze is North Slopes’ standard industrial chiller that cools fluids between 42°F-80°F. A small workhorse, Freeze boasts a robust condensing unit, a stainless steel reservoir, and high horsepower. It’s a lot of chilling power in a little package.
A commercial water chiller intended to provide supreme industrial chilling. Deep Freeze shares many of the same hefty qualities of Freeze, along with the capacity to cool from 10°F to 60°F and insulated internal components.
Fluxwrap Does Double-Duty
North Slope Chillers' Favorite Accessory
Change the way you approach temperature control.
Use Fluxwrap for your critical temperature applications.
Fluxwrap by North Slope Chillers is a convenient and simple temperature solution that’s not afraid of double-duty. Whether you seek to heat or cool, liquid circulates through Fluxwrap, regulating the temperature of your containers and equipment and providing consistent temperature control.
Using Fluxwrap with North Slope Chillers
Step by Step
Wrap the jacket around your container and attach the flexible neoprene ends to secure the Fluxwrap.
Attach the hoses to the temperature control unit
Install the provided insulation to increase thermal control and reduce condensation.
Turn on the temperature control unit and begin regulating temperatures.