We are the American muscle of the liquid heating and chilling world. Our equipment is effective, efficient and built to last. We are simply the best at heating and chilling in the beverage industries. This is what we do.
We are all about energy efficiency. All of our products, including our conventional heaters and chillers, as well as products with our Liquid Heat Pump™ and our exclusive Direct-Exchange™ heat-exchanger, push the limits of heat transfer to be as efficient as possible. Even after over 45 years we are still constantly improving.
When timing is critical, we have you covered. We move more thermal energy, faster than anyone else. The best of the best, our Liquid Heat Pump™ boasts an average 3.8 coefficient of performance (COP) factor, meaning these units are about four times faster than conventional solutions. Our Duo-DX units can do the work up to 70% faster.
Our products are competitively priced, boasting built-to-last ultra-rugged construction, energy-efficiency and unmatched speed. Everything we do is about saving you money. Tanktemp Control is here to help your bottom line. Our prices are a little higher than some, and a little lower than others. Higher than the cheap options because we won’t build crap. Lower than the big boys because we don’t have multimillion-dollar buildings, don’t spend seven figures each year on marketing and we don’t have forty people on staff. We always do more with less.
Curt Jungwirth, an inventor who holds several patents, hates solid-state circuitry because solid-state parts aren’t readily repairable. But let him work with relay switches and standard circuits and he’s able to build almost anything.
After serving in the Airforce, and then twelve years at Freightliner, in 1972 he opened up shop as Curt’s Refrigeration before eventually changing the name ot Tanktemp Control. For forty-five years he has invented, built, installed and serviced Tnktemp’s innovative heating and cooling solutions. His goal is always to make something better, more reliable and easier to service should that be required. Even today, you can still find Curt doing R&D in the shop daily.