Thursday, March 28, 2013

A Portable Chiller?

I am so excited-within the next couple weeks, I will be testing for my first belt stripe in Tae Kwon Do! I have wanted to take martial arts training for years, and have done some work through dvds, but after being in a class with an instructor there to show you what you need to improve, and just how that technique should be done, I am so glad I finally joined! E and both younger girls are also about ready for their first test, so we are all working diligently. However, that's not what I started this post to write about, so let's move in to the real topic of conversation here-portable chillers.

Are any of my readers familiar with portable chillers? As in a large ton portable chiller? I have to admit, this is something that while I knew they existed, and had heard of them before, I really was not completely sure what it was! Yeah, I know... I'm hanging my head in shame now. Anyways, as I usually do when I hear of something I am not familiar with, I did some research. During my research one company came up that offered a rental chiller baton rouge.  So, if you are interested (or even if you're not) I am going to share a little bit of what I discovered about large tonnage portable chillers! If you'd like to learn too, then read on! 

First, I learned that you can purchase (or rent, as I mentioned above) large tonnage portable chillers in a couple different styles. There are water-cooled portable chillers, and air chillers. 

Next, I learned the reason for being able to rent a large tonnage portable chiller. Designed for use in places of business, from factories to the Post Office, rental portable chillers can come in handy on many occasions. Maybe your equipment stopped working, and you need an immediate (although maybe temporary) replacement. Maybe you're just starting up a business and don't have the funds needed to purchase a large ton portable chiller just yet. No worries, you can rent one for just about any period of time, from a week to a yearly basis.

If you have experience with a portable chiller, please feel free to share with us!


This is a sponsored post however, all the points and views are my own.

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