Tankless Falling Film Chiller

Paul Mueller Company's tankless falling film chillers reduce chilling time, increase production, and bring a faster return on your investment. This product is easy to clean and inspect with virtually no downtime for maintenance. The design of Mueller Temp-Plate® inflated heat transfer surface inside our tankless falling film chiller eliminates potential chiller freeze up and accepts incoming fluid temperatures in excess of 80 degrees F, getting rid of the need for a secondary heat exchanger. And the fully enclosed design puts an end to product contamination.

Versatile to match your specific storage needs, the tankless falling film chiller is designed to place on the top of an existing water tank. It is available with either open- or enclosed-type cabinets that can be fitted with either 3 x 5 or 4 x 8 evaporators, and can contain from four to 24 plates.

Distribution pans are available with extra-low, low and high flow rates, based on chilled water usage.

 

Features

  • Fully enclosed design puts an end to product contamination
  • Easy to clean and inspect with virtually no downtime for maintenance
  • The design of Mueller Temp-Plate® inflated heat transfer surface eliminates potential chiller freeze up
  • Accepts incoming fluid temperatures in excess of 80° F without the need for a secondary heat exchanger
  • Tankless available with either 3 x 5 or 4 x 8 evaporators, and 4-24 plate cabinets

Specifications and Sizing

Tankless Falling Film Chiller

Cabinet
Size
Dimensions
L x W x H
( in / cm )
Weight with
Plates
( lb / kg)
4 - 3 x 5 70 x 25 x 47 / 177.8 x 63.5 x 119.4 643 / 291.7
8 - 3 x 5 70 x 41 x 47 / 177.8 x 104.14 x 119.4 990 / 449.1
4 - 4 x 8 108 x 29 x 62 / 274.3 x 73.7 x 157.5 1,020 / 462.7
8 - 4 x 8 108 x 43 x 62 / 274.3 x 109.2 x 157.5 1,550 / 703.1
16 - 4 x 8 108 x 67 x 62 / 274.3 x 170.2 x 157.5 2,980 / 1,351.7
24 - 4 x 8 108 x 104 x 62 / 274.3 x 264.2 x 157.5 4,220 / 1,941.2