ChillCo offers the most diverse refrigerant recovery and recycle system on the market. Using "The Ox" system, we have the ability to recycle halocarbon refrigerants without taking your system offline or interrupting production. Our system meets NEMA 7, Class 1, Division 2, Groups A, B, C & D. ChillCo understands the importance of following EPA and OSHA guidelines and places the highest priority on the documentation of all processes pertaining to refrigeration systems.
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We have the ability to recover all halocarbon (R11, R12, R22, R123, R134a, R404a, R407C, R410a) and hydrocarbon (Propylene, Propane, Methane, Ethane, Ethylene, Butane, and Pentane) system charges. The most time consuming part of a complete system recovery is the vapor recovery process. Our unit will recover vapor at a rate unmatched by our competitors. This means less downtime and faster access into the refrigeration system for repair, leading to a faster turnaround.
Liquid recovery at rates of up to 6,000 gallons per hour.
Vapor recovery at rates of up to 4,415 pounds per hour.
Recycle at rates of up to 3,500 pounds per hour.
Estimated time frame based on refrigerant type and condition.
Identify System Issues & Complete Repairs
Our recovery and recycling system is operated by highly trained, highly skilled, EPA certified refrigeration mechanics who know how to identify system issues. This means that not only can ChillCo recover and recycle your system refrigerant, while on-site, we can identify system operational issues that caused our services to be procured, make recommendations for repair, and make those repairs as time allows. Rest assured ChillCo will prioritize action items by those repairs needed immediately, and those that can wait until a more suitable time for our customer.
Browse some of our recent case studies.
CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING FACILITY
Customer owns and operates a York OM355 multi-stage chiller containing 7,000 lbs. of R-134, to cool a brine solution as part of their manufacturing process. The machine was experiencing excessive low suction pressure problems and high evaporator approach causing production issues.
Customer owns and operates a GEA refrigeration skid containing 20,000 lbs. of R-507 used to liquefy chlorine as of their manufacturing process. The machine was experiencing internal icing issues due to leak and excess water in refrigerant.
Customer owns and operates a RECO refrigeration skid, with a Frick compressor. The system contained approximately 40,000 lbs. of R-22 and was experiencing an excessive amount of oil in the refrigerant.