Imagine trying to do a job outdoors in the summer while wearing a heavy winter coat, or in freezing temperatures wearing a tank top. Impossible, right? Now imagine the difficulty an MRI chiller system has in keeping a powerful magnetic machine at a consistent temperature in varying climates, operating on-demand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. That’s why it’s imperative that you install an efficient and reliable MRI chiller system.
Strogen’s Service Experts offers heating and air conditioning installation, maintenance, repair, and replacement services to residential, commercial, and industrial customers throughout the Rochester, NH area. Led by General Manager Mike Strogen, Strogen’s large skilled team delivers exceptional quality and on-time service in every season, including providing 24/7 on-call emergency response. Beyond contributing to creating comfortable and cozy places to live and work, Strogen’s dedicates its resources to improving the community by supporting life-changing initiatives, including Make-A-Wish® Foundation and North American food pantries.
When a customer approached Strogen’s, requesting an industrial chiller to help them manufacture materials for car filters, N95 masks, and other essential goods, Mike considered his options. This project demanded high levels of engineering skill and expertise, and according to Mike, “Our previous chiller supplier wasn’t equipped to implement the precise customizations we needed.” Having worked with Sales Manager Travis Reighard and the Drake team on a successful project a few years ago, Mike knew precisely where to turn, reaching out to Travis for an initial phone discussion.
Located in Philadelphia at Market at the Fareway, Chestnut Hill Brewing Co. is a popular microbrewery with a taproom and beer garden currently offering approximately eight draft beers and delicious food to their loyal patrons. Owner and brewer, Nick Gunderson, prides himself on inventing and creating an ever-evolving lineup of small-batch beer made from fresh ingredients. His favorite beer they offer? Chestnut Hill’s very own west-coast style IPA.
A couple years ago, Nick decided it was time to upgrade his brewing equipment from a 2-barrel to a 5-barrel system with six fermenters and six brite tanks. This decision allowed him to increase the brewery’s monthly output to sixty kegs. First on the list of equipment upgrades was a new industrial-grade custom brewery chiller that could keep up with an increasingly sophisticated brewing process.