Climalife launches Cool-Gauge


19 July 2022

Climalife has launched Cool-Gauge, which it describes as an intelligent approach to monitoring heat transfer fluids (HTF) in cooling systems.

With system operators looking to have more control over their system and find different approaches to minimise energy consumption in processes, Cool-Gauge is said to offer more visibility whilst helping to minimise energy consumption by maintaining optimum viscosity of HTF within systems.

Climalife says Cool-Gauge is a low maintenance unit, making it ideal for remote or difficult to access systems. Constant monitoring of the system prevents corrosion and scale build up in systems by maintaining the HTF inbuilt inhibitors, preventing issues, reducing time consumed and of course freeing up resources.

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Cool-Gauge not only monitors, but in open systems enables automatic dosage of HTF against specific set points which ensures accurate control of the HTF concentration is maintained at all times. In both open or closed systems Cool-Gauge can provide instant notification if HTF levels fall too low, preventing expensive and time-consuming system failures.
In summary, energy consumption, costs and system failures are challenges that system operators have to deal with. Cool-Gauge can help with this, enabling users to progress towards a future where there are less breakdowns, consistent process efficiency and peace of mind that Cool-Gauge is watching your system .

Brian Smeeton and Dean Greenfield of Cool-Gauge said: “We are delighted to be working with Climalife on the Cool-Gauge system. We believe Climalife will bring a wealth of experience and technical capability to the system, ultimately driving efficiency increases, controlling costs and protecting clients’ assets.''

Managing director at Climalife, Allan Harper, said: “Cool-Gauge is another innovative product within the Climalife portfolio. It will digitalise an otherwise manual process which is critical for the smooth operation of these types of systems, maintaining energy efficiency and freeing up resources”.