Sophisticated multi tasking machines of today employ numerous hydraulic operations to achieve high productivity at desired quality levels. Hydraulic systems in turn employ special and specific oil with a wide viscosity range. These hydraulic oils stores heat during its operation and the continuous addition of heat reduces the viscosity of these oils. As the oil thins down, the hydraulic system starts to malfunction due to internal leaks. Therefore it becomes essential to maintain specified temperature limits for this oil during operation. A hydraulic oil chiller is normally connected in parallel to the oil tank through a dedicated built in pump.
These chillers are complete systems fitted with refrigeration components including the compressor, condenser, evaporator, refrigeration pipes, oil pump and electric panel. Chillers help maintain the oil temperature to precise temperature levels which in turn maintains uniform physical and chemical properties of the oil in operation. THIS LEVEL OF precise temperature control of fluids is not possible by any other method of cooling. Critical industrial hydraulics have special needs beyond mere cooling such as year round operation, precise temperature regulated and a lean circulating loop: which is only possible with equipment matched, factory tested oil chillers.
We, Werner Finley Pvt. Ltd., are manufacturers, exporters and importers of industrial cooling systems for the past twenty years. We have grown from the modest beginnings to a company with a countrywide reputation for reliable products. We have been able to achieve this through innovative designs and state of the art facility. Technology up-gradation over the entire range of products happens very dynamically on an ongoing basis. This has been complemented with continuous implementation of effective manufacturing and management techniques.Our MissionTo provide industrial cooling solutions that are of highest quality and establish long term relationships with the customers.Our ProductsWerner Finley endorses the environmental concern against the use of CFC refrige