Chillers Provide Precise Temperature Control and Sub-ambient Cooling

What is a Chiller?

Recirculating Chillers accurately control temperatures and cool systems below ambient temperature. Integrate chillers into a larger system or design and fabricate them as a stand-alone unit.

Recirculating Chillers

Maintain precise temperature control for your liquid system or cool below ambient temperatures with our Kodiak Recirculating Chillers including or customized systems.

Low Temperature Recirculating Chillers

Maintain extreme liquid coolant temperatures from -80°C to 90°C or 4°C to 200°C with Recirculating Chillers designed for broad temperature ranges.

High Capacity Recirculating Chillers

Cool high heat loads up to 500kW and maintain tightly controlled output temperatures with High Capacity Recirculating Chillers.


Reliable Leak-Free Performance

Zero system leaks across 30.6B field hours, predictive maintenance monitoring and leak detection sensors with alarms prevent leaks.


Cool Large Heat Loads

Precision temperature control for extreme thermal loads.


More Sustainable Cooling

Liquid systems with enhanced efficiency and environmentally-friendly refrigerants make cooling green.

Standard Recirculating Chiller

liquid cooling system

Designed for Flexibility

By utilizing the right components in the loop, recirculating chillers can meet a wide range of sub-ambient cooling requirements, which include meeting extreme temperatures or cooling large heat loads. Boyd recirculating chillers are designed for flexibility by implementing a wide variety of pumps, controllers, and additional safety and monitoring features enable you to tailor your chiller to your specific application.

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Extreme Temperature and High Capacity Recirculating Chillers

Extreme Temperature Recirculating Chillers can meet temperatures as low as -80°C and as high as 200°C with temperature stability as tight as ±0.5°C (±0.9°F).

High Capacity Recirculating Chillers either have a cooling capacity of either 21 kW or 50 kW and have a temperature stability of either ±0.5°C (±0.9°F) or ±1.0°C (±1.8°F).

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