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Little Creatures Brewing

  • September 20, 2019

The Challenge:  Little Creatures built a new brewery in Geelong, Vic to cater for increased demand. They needed a refrigeration plant to cope with the required demand now and allow for future expansion.  This project was completed via Krones. The Outcome: The solution was a Cold Logic design and installed 740kW ammonia refrigeration plant to […]

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Brewpack and Cold Logic

Brew Pack

  • September 20, 2019

The Challenge:   Brewpack is a 100% independently owned Australian contract beverage manufacturer. In March 2018 they re-branded and announced a new facility to be built in Smeaton, NSW. They needed a new plant with a 1125 kW capacity using a combination of ammonia and glycol refrigerants. They needed a system robust enough to cope with […]

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4 Pines Brewing Company and Cold Logic

4 Pines Brewing Company

  • September 20, 2019

The Challenge:  4 Pines needed more chilling power to cope with the increasing demand of their product. They needed the new system to be designed and installed in the existing brewery with energy efficiency in the forefront of the design. The Outcome:   The solution was Cold Logic designed and installed a 150kWR chiller – designed […]

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Pirate Life

  • May 15, 2019

Challenge: Pirate Life Brewing wanted to increase their total production to 11 million litres per year using the most energy efficient system possible and with the capacity for expansion in the next few years. The Outcome: The 400kW refrigeration plant – designed and assembled at Cold Logic’s nearby Port Adelaide factory – consists of compressors, […]

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Coopers Brewery and Cold Logic

Coopers Brewery

The Challenge: Chilled water is continuously used throughout the day and night as part of the malting process. The key challenge was to design a system that can cope with peak loads during hot weather with 100% production rates but also cater to reduce heat loads on cold ambient days. The Outcome: The plant is […]

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