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Industrial Chillers from Summit Matsu Chillers for Concrete Batch Plant Cooling

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Chillers from Summit Matsu Chillers are required by concrete batch plants during the often excessively hot Australian summer conditions to safely meet engineering specifications.

Cold water is used at the mixing stage to ensure batches leave the plant colder and meet engineering specifications for concrete temperature at the delivery point. Colder water translates into stronger concrete.

Summit Matsu Chillers provide chiller units designed specifically for this application and lead the way in concrete batch plant chiller technology.

Concrete plays a significant role in large scale construction in the commercial sector. Several companies have portable concrete batch plants located in and throughout construction sites for the duration of major projects.

These portable concrete mixers combine all the materials including sand, water, aggregate, fly ash, potash and cement to produce concrete for onsite use. With the ability to move from location to location with relative ease, they are a common sight on many construction projects.

Chillers supplied by Summit Matsu Chillers are designed with this portability in mind.

Summit Matsu’s clients include some of the leading concrete suppliers such as Hallet Concrete, Batchcrete, Boral and the former ReadyMix, now owned by a global leader in construction, Holcim Ltd.

Summit Matsu Chillers has 50 years of specialist chiller experience, designing, engineering and building their chillers right here in Australia.

Summit Matsu Chilling Systems provide a number of chiller solutions suitable for a diverse industries including petroleum, cosmetics, chemical and paper manufacturing, printing, air compressor units, steel and metals manufacturing, laboratories, data centres, mining, aquaculture, food processing as well as confectionary manufacturing among others.

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