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Cold Filtering/Jacketed Cooling Tank

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I'm pricing glycol systems for overnight cooling, pre-filtering. I found a six year old post that is no longer active mentioning some have had success using a portable glycol to cool distillate held in a jacketed storage tank. Anyone using this set up that can provide details of it's cost?

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I have sold many small chillers for cold filtering.

Normally a 3 to 5 HP is used, I have a stock 4 HP 230/1/60 discounted for sale, less than $8,000 including freight to Mid-USA, a tad more to either coast.

You'll need to charge the system with 40% propylene glycol mix to make 25F to get the job done. 

A circulating pump is included with the chiller.

Contact me if you have questions.

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