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In 2018 Tool-Temp installed two TT430 Y units to a chemical company. These units were produced for the customer and are now listed as a machine in our product range. We flew the customer out to our head office in Switzerland to meet with the person in charge of the project, once they had all the requirements the machines went through to production. The units are equipped with three independent heat exchangers. The three-circuit cooling system makes it possible to work with oil below zero degrees. The installed self-optimizing temperature controller MP-988 works with three temperature probe inlets. The reference temperature for the regulation can be the temperature of the product inside the vessel or the oil temperature in the tank of the unit. To avoid any damage of the jacket, the pump pressure can be adjusted to the specifications of the vessel/reactor. The pump revolutions per minute can be adjusted very easily using the frequency inverter. As well as many other features.

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Since 2007 the team at Tool-Temp have been putting on a Golf Day that takes place in June of each year. The day always begins with coffee and a bacon roll followed by 9 holes of golf and lunch in the club house. The teams then head out for a round of 18 holes and come back to a three course meal. Tool-Temp offer accommodation to all the customers and some even join the team for a few drinks in the local town afterwards.

The golf day is a lot of fun and is held so that all our customers can get to know each and every member of staff from the receptionist to the managing director. We believe this makes future business easier and more enjoyable. .

Our customers say ‘it is always great to put a face to a name’ and ‘Tool-Temp always put on a great day, I have attended every year and I wouldn’t miss it for the world’ we hope to continue this fun day out for many more years. If you’re a keen golfer get in touch.

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