Omega Engineering is a manufacturer of falling film chillers, ice banks, pillow plate panels and ice makers for food, dairy, beverage, pharmaceutical, pulp and paper, chemical, meat, seafood and industrial applications. The Omega Holding is a leader in laser welding of heat exchangers, all our products are based on laser welded pillow plate.
The Omega falling film chillers are known as the most reliable type of chillers to be used for safe production of 1ºC or 0,5ºC water and have been applied for over 17 years by the largest contractors in worldwide refrigeration business.
One of the latest developments is the Omega ice maker. Our type of ice maker can produce up to 100 tons/day with an evaporating temperature of -10ºC. Our chip ice is clean and clear, no colder than -1ºC and causes no damage to the product from sharp edges or "freeze burn". Because the ice maker has no moving parts there is no wear and therefore maintenance costs are very low.
Laserwelded heat exchangers can be custom build for the chemical and pulp and paper industry. Omega Engineering is capable of building laserwelded heat exchangers up to any size.
We can produce all products according the Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC, or other codes at request.
Omega Engineering, together with Omega Laser Products, have secured their place as the leader within the laser welding industry for heat exchanger plates. With projects for the leading companies in chemical industry we have the capacity and track record to deliver the highest quality available.
The heat exchanger plates, made by Omega Laser Products, are processed into various heat exchanging equipment by Omega Engineering.
The skills and knowledge gained through years of experience in providing heat exchanging solutions, ensures that we maintain the highest level of workmanship throughout all of our projects.
OMEGA offers you products from these product groups:
- Components for refrigeration, air conditioning, ventilation and heat pumps (894)
- Products - Plants - Systems - Applications (856)