The automotive sector involves a great amount of thermoregulation and temperature control tasks, with several applications developed in Tempco along the years with heat exchangers and thermoregulating units.
Heat exchangers are for example employed in surface treatments preparing car bodies for the coating process, while thermoregulating units are a crucial asset in automotive test benches for components, for example in new e-mobility applications.



Thermoregulation and temperature control are critical aspects in the chemical sector, due to the production processes happening during the production, ensuring the correct deployment of the chemical reactions required to obtain the final products.
Challenging pressure and temperature conditions, as well as the explosion risk environment often involved, require thermoregulation systems with Atex certifications, in order to guarantee the maximum process safety.



The dairy industry imposes careful and precise temperature control tasks, in order to preserve the delicate raw materials employed. The proper regulation and control of temperature levels ensures the correct development of the transformation process, safeguarding high quality levels of the final products and representing a warranty for their conservation.



Industrial production of food and beverages involves several tasks of temperature regulation during the processing of products, in which heat exchangers are widely employed, supplied with certifications for food contact and special hygienic design.
The correct temperature control and maintenance of temperature levels is here a crucial asset in order to ensure the high quality of final products, as well as a guarantee of their long-term conservation and for food safety.



Cutting and milling operations in machine tools sector require highly reliable and performant temperature control systems, dedicated to heat dissipation in drives and cutting tools on spindles.
Heat exchangers and chillers ensure the thermoregulation of oil in hydraulic units and of refrigerants in metal cutting applications, maintaining the most suitable working conditions for machining centers.


The nautical sector involves several cooling applications not only for engines and auxiliary equipments on board, but also for electronics, employing heat exchangers and compact systems to fit the narrow installation spaces here available. Cooling of power electronics also becomes an in-creasing requirement in hybrid systems employed on board of the most innovative zero emissions yachts.



Oil & gas industry needs several delicate cooling and thermoregulation processes, with an accurate selection of construction materials, such as stainless steel and titanium, and of surface treatments, in order to guarantee maximum process safety and anti-corrosion against acid substances in production fluids.
Another main requirement that Tempco offers for oil & gas applications is the Atex certification of the solutions, chillers, exchangers and themoregulating skid units, essential to ensure a safe process in explosion risk environments.



Paper mills require a number of heating and cooling tasks within the production process, employing a number of thermoregulating solutions including evaporative towers and heat exchangers, as well as cogeneration plants for heat recovery of large amount of thermal energy involved.
The paper industry involves in particular very dirty process water, full of flakes, dust and swarfs coming from cutting and processing of paper, requiring free flow plate heat exchangers and towers with anti-clogging filling packs.


The pharma industry widely requires the employ of thermoregulation units and temperature regulation systems, a crucial asset to bring and maintain ingredients at the proper temperature level in order to achieve the reactions for drugs and active pharmaceutical ingredients production. Very often the units are intended for installation in explosion risk environments, thus requiring special ATEX certifications of the equipments.


Relying on proper temperate levels is an essential requirement in the plastics and rubber industry, where Tempco supplies a series of solutions for the cooling and heating of machinery and production processes.
Heat exchangers, evaporative towers with free cooling and adiabatic systems and thermoregulation units are employed here for applications such as extrusion, wire drawing, furnaces and molds in plastics and rubber production, ensuring maximum energy saving and efficiency.


The power generation sector requires critical temperature control applications, a key asset to ensure emergency heat dissipation and cooling of endothermic engines, jackets and aftercoolers in power generation plants.
Tempco has a long expertise realizing cooling and emergency heat dissipation systems for power generation plants, quite often engineered ad hoc in order to fit the narrow installation spaces available.



Renewable energies industry is an emerging and quickly growing sector, where Tempco has already several references with applications employing different kinds of plate heat exchangers.
TCOIL immersion exchangers are used in applications with heat pumps combined with geothermal energy renewable sources, while special high pressure and high temperature brazed plate exchangers are suited for CO2 refrigeration systems and for hydrogen applications in fuel cells.


Tempco has developed many collaborations in the research and engineering field, providing special thermoregulating units suited for the peculiar needs of research and development laboratories.
Innovation activities require indeed accurate temperature control and thermoregulation tasks, for example in the pharma sector or in test benches of newly engineered components.



The production processes within the steel mill industry require reliable systems for the management of great amounts of heat generated by the metal working tasks involved.
Tempco’s several applications include a variety of solutions, from the cooling of furnaces to the treatment of components and the refining of precious metals, often supplied in redundant configurations ensuring maximum process safety.



The textile industry needs cooling systems both for the thermoregulation of the oil on textile machinery, working at incredible high speed and thus generating high amounts of heat, and for drying, finishing and fixing applications on fabrics.
The thermoregulation solutions realized in Tempco for the textile sector employ compact heat exchangers, TCOIL exchangers and free cooling systems engineered ad hoc in order to maximize the energy savings that can be achieved.