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Chillbatch

 

Q: How does a Chillbatch chiller work?
A: Chillbatch systems cool batchwater using a refrigeration compression system powered with electricity.
This system pulls heat out of the water and expels it to the air.
Q: What fuel or power is required to run a Chillbatch chiller?
A: No fuel is required!

Chillbatch systems are 100% electric powered and have a single point electrical
connection. Most

Chillbatch

systems are built for 460 Volt, 3 Phase, 60 Hertz electrical supplies. Other
voltage options are available by request.

 


Model Number


Description


Electrical Supply


AC-2003


20 ton


460/60/3, 60 amps


AC-3005


30 ton


460/60/3, 80 amps


AC-4005


40 ton


460/60/3, 100 amps


AC-5007


50 ton


460/60/3, 125 amps


AC-6007


60 ton


460/60/3, 150 amps


AC-8010


80 ton


460/60/3, 190 amps


AC-10010


100 ton


460/60/3, 225 amps


AC-12015


120 ton


460/60/3, 270 amps

 

Q: What temperature batchwater can a Chillbatch chiller produce?
A:

Chillbatch systems can produce water barely above freezing, 32.5°F (0.28°C). That is almost 10°F lower than the nearest competition. By producing water at 32.5° F (0.28°C), a Chillbatch chiller can maintain an insulated storage tank at 35°F (1.7°C).
Q: How do I know what size Chillbatch chiller I need?
A: American Geothermal offers free help sizing the perfect system for your plant. Contact Us or visit the Customer Calculations to get assistance.

 


Model Number


Description


Capacity (cu.yards/day)


Capacity (cu. meters/day)


AC-2003


20 ton


500 cubic yards


380 cubic meters


AC-3005


30 ton


700 cubic yards


530 cubic meters


AC-4005


40 ton


900 cubic yards


690 cubic meters


AC-5007


50 ton


1200 cubic yards


920 cubic meters


AC-6007


60 ton


1400 cubic yards


1070 cubic meters


AC-8010


80 ton


1900 cubic yards


1450 cubic meters


AC-10010


100 ton


2300 cubic yards


1760 cubic meters


AC-12015


120 ton


2800 cubic yards


2140 cubic meters

 

Q: Is the pump included?
A: Yes! Every Chillbatch chiller comes with a built in circulation pump. This pump is intended to circulate batchwater between the chiller and an insulated storage tank. Additional pumps can be purchased for batch pumps to pump water from your tank to your mixer..
Q: How do I plumb a Chillbatch chiller?
A: View our Chillbatch Batchwater Chiller page and scroll to the bottom to download plumbing schematics and more or visit the Contact Us page to get in touch with an American Geothermal team member.
Q: What are the dimensions and weight of a Chillbatch chiller?
A:

Chillbatch systems are offered in a wide range or weights and dimensions.

 


Model Number


Description


Weight


Dimensions*(in.)


AC-2003


20 ton


2,042lbs


L65xW89xH77


AC-3005


30 ton


2,550lbs


L65xW89xH77


AC-4005


40 ton


3,310lbs


L94xW89xH80


AC-5007


50 ton


3,820lbs


L120xW89xH80


AC-6007


60 ton


4,125lbs


L122xW89xH80


AC-8010


80 ton


5,940lbs


L177xW89xH80


AC-10010


100 ton


7,600lbs


L228xW89xH80


AC-12015


120 ton


7,860lbs


L228xW89xH80

 

Q: Are Chillbatch systems mobile ready?

 

A: Yes! All Chillbatch systems are built with the capability of being stationary or mounted on a trailer for mobile use. Visit our Mobile application page to view some examples.
Q: Are Chillbatch systems mobile ready?
A: Yes! All Chillbatch systems are built with the capability of being stationary or mounted on a trailer for mobile use. Visit our Mobile application page to view some examples.
Q: What size tank do I need?
A: American Geothermal offers a full product line of Insulated Storage Tanks. Contact Us to get free assistance with sizing the perfect tank for you plant.
(Tip: We typically recommend having a enough insulated storage on-site to batch a full day)
Q: What is dilution control?
A: Dilution control is an American Geothermal exclusive feature which allows Chillbatch and Thermabatch systems to control the fill valve on your insulated storage tank. By automatically controlling the fill valve the system can insure that your tank temperature never exceeds or falls below your desired bathwater temperature.
Q: What’s different about American Geothermal exclusive no-clog heat exchangers?
A: American Geothermal exclusive no-clog heat exchangers are featured in all Chillbatch, Thermabatch, and E-Line products. These custom heat exchangers are the biggest reason for the extremely long lifespans often experienced with American Geothermal equipment. They allow American Geothermal equipment to heat or cool batchwater, well water, quarry water, and more without filtration or additives.

 

Thermabatch

Q: How does a Thermabatch heat pump work?
A: Thermabatch heat pumps cool and heat batchwater using a refrigeration compression system powered with electricity. This system pulls heat out of the water and expels it to the air to cool water or flip the system switch to the heating position and the system pulls heat out of the air and expels it into the water to heat water.
Q: What fuel or power is required to run a Thermabatch heat pump?
A: No fuel is required! Thermabatch heat pumps are 100% electric powered and have a single point electrical connection. Most Thermabatch heat pumps are built for 460 Volt, 3 Phase, 60 Hertz electrical supplies. Other voltage options are available by request.

Model Number

Description

Electrical Supply

AHP-2403

20 ton

460/60/3, 60 amps

AHP-4805

40 ton

460/60/3, 100 amps

AHP-7207

60 ton

460/60/3, 150 amps

Q: What temperature batchwater can a Thermabatch heat pump produce?
A: Cooling - Thermabatch heat pumps can produce water barely above freezing, 32.5°F (0.28°C). That is almost 10°F lower than the nearest competition. By producing water at 32.5° F (0.28°C), a Thermabatch heat pump can maintain an insulated storage tank at 35°F (1.7°C).
Heating - Thermabatch heat pumps can maintain an insulated storage tank at 140°F (60°C).
Q: How do I know what size Thermabatch heat pump I need?
A: American Geothermal offers free help sizing the perfect system for your plant. Contact Us or visit the Customer Calculations to get assistance.
Q: Is the pump included?
A: Yes! Every Thermabatch heat pump comes with a built in circulation pump. This pump is intended to circulate batchwater between the heat pump and an insulated storage tank. Additional pumps can be purchased for batch pumps to pump water from your tank to your mixer.
Q: How do I plumb a Thermabatch heat pump?
A: View our Thermabatch Batchwater Heat Pump page and scroll to the bottom to download plumbing schematics and more or visit the Contact Us page to get in touch with an American Geothermal team member.

Q: What are the dimensions and weight of a Thermabatch heat pump?.
A: Thermabatch heat pumps are offered in a wide range or weights and dimensions.
Q: Are Thermabatch heat pumps mobile ready?
A: Yes! All Thermabatch heat pumps are built with the capability of being stationary or mounted on a trailer for mobile use. Visit our Mobile application page to view some examples.
Q: What size tank do I need?
A: American Geothermal offers a full product line of Insulated Storage Tanks. Contact Us to get free assistance with sizing the perfect tank for you plant.
(Tip: We typically recommend having enough insulated storage on-site to batch a full day)
Q: What is dilution control?
A: Dilution control is an American Geothermal exclusive feature which allows Thermabatch and Thermabatch systems to control the fill valve on your insulated storage tank. By automatically controlling the fill valve the system can insure that your tank temperature never exceeds or falls below your desired bathwater temperature.
Q: What’s different about American Geothermal exclusive no-clog heat exchangers?
A: American Geothermal exclusive no-clog heat exchangers are featured in all Thermabatch, Thermabatch, and E-Line products. These custom heat exchangers are the biggest reason for the extremely long lifespans often experienced with American Geothermal equipment. They allow American Geothermal equipment to heat or cool batchwater, well water, quarry water, and more without filtration or additives.

E-Line

Q: How do E-Line systems work?
A: E-Line chillers and heat pumps cool and heat batchwater using a refrigeration compression system powered with electricity. This system pulls heat out of the water and expels it to the air to cool water or flip the system switch to the heating position and the system pulls heat out of the air and expels it into the water to heat water.
Q: What is different about E-Line products and Chillbatch and Thermabatch products?
A: E-Line chillers and heat pumps have many of the same benefits of the Chillbatch and Thermabatch product lines but in a smaller, more cost-effective package. E-Line chillers and heat pumps are designed for concrete plants pouring less than 300 yards per day on average. All of the most critical features are still included (exclusive no-clog heat exchangers, custom controls, easy operation, etc.) but some of the high end features (dilution control, remote monitoring, etc.) are not included.
Q: What fuel or power is required to run a E-Line system?
A: No fuel is required! E-Line systems are 100% electric powered and have a single point electrical connection. Most E-Line systems are built for 460 Volt or 230 Volt, 3 Phase, 60 Hertz electrical supplies. Other voltage options are available by request.

Model Number

Description

Electrical Supply

EAC-0512

5 ton water cooling

230/60/3, 40 amps

EAC-0514

5 ton water cooling

460/60/3, 20 amps

EAC-1022

10 ton water cooling

230/60/3, 80 amps

EAC-1024

10 ton water cooling

460/60/3, 40 amps

EAC-1522

15 ton water cooling

230/60/3, 90 amps

EAC-1524

15 ton water cooling

460/60/3, 45 amps

EAHP-0612

5 ton water heating & cooling

230/60/3, 40 amps

EAHP-0614

5 ton water heating & cooling

460/60/3, 20 amps

EAHP-1222

10 ton water heating & cooling

230/60/3, 80 amps

EAHP-1224

10 ton water heating & cooling

460/60/3, 40 amps

Q: What temperature batchwater can an E-Line system produce?
A: Cooling – E-Line chillers and heat pumps can produce water barely above freezing, 32.5°F (0.28°C). That is almost 10°F lower than the nearest competition. By producing water at 32.5° F (0.28°C), an E-line system can maintain an insulated storage tank at 35°F (1.7°C).
Heating – E-Line heat pumps can additionally maintain an insulated storage tank at 130°F (54°C).
Q: How do I know what size E-Line system I need?
A: American Geothermal offers free help sizing the perfect system for your plant. Contact Us or visit the Customer Calculations to get assistance.
Q: Is the pump included?
A: Yes! Every E-Line system comes with a built in circulation pump. This pump is intended to circulate batchwater between the E-Line system and an insulated storage tank. Additional pumps can be purchased for batch pumps to pump water from your tank to your mixer.
Q: How do I plumb an E-Line system?
A: View our E-Line Chillers and Heat Pumps page and scroll to the bottom to download plumbing schematics and more or visit the Contact Us page to get in touch with an American Geothermal team member.
Q: What are the dimensions and weight of an E-Line system?
A: E-Line systems are offered in a wide range or weights and dimensions.

Model Number

Description

 

 

Electrical Supply

EAC-0512

5 ton water cooling

741lbs

L45xW32xH57

EAC-0514

5 ton water cooling

741lbs

L45xW32xH57

EAC-1022

10 ton water cooling

951lbs

L61xW39xH69

EAC-1024

10 ton water cooling

951lbs

L61xW39xH69

EAC-1522

15 ton water cooling

1,196lbs

L88xW39xH69

EAC-1524

15 ton water cooling

1,196lbs

L88xW39xH69

EAHP-0612

5 ton water heating & cooling

898lbs

L43xW32xH74

EAHP-0614

5 ton water heating & cooling

898lbs

L43xW32xH74

EAHP-1222

10 ton water heating & cooling

1,100lbs

L74xW39xH69

EAHP-1224

10 ton water heating & cooling

1,100lbs

L74xW39xH69

Q: What size tank do I need?
A: American Geothermal offers a full product line of Insulated Storage Tanks. Contact Us to get free assistance with sizing the perfect tank for you plant.
(Tip: We typically recommend having enough insulated storage on-site to batch a full day)
Q: What’s different about American Geothermal exclusive no-clog heat exchangers?
A: American Geothermal exclusive no-clog heat exchangers are featured in all Chillbatch, Thermabatch, and E-Line products. These custom heat exchangers are the biggest reason for the extremely long lifespans often experienced with American Geothermal equipment. They allow American Geothermal equipment to heat or cool batchwater, well water, quarry water, and more without filtration or additives.
Gas Heaters

Gas Heaters

Q: What fuel or power is required to run an American Geothermal Gas Heater?
A: American Geothermal gas heaters require a fuel source and electrical supply. American Geothermal gas heaters can be built for natural gas or propane; additionally, every gas heater requires an electrical supply to operate the internal systems.

Model Number

Description

Electrical Supply

CWN0497PM

495,000 Btu

120V, 12.2 amps

CWN0647PM

645,000 Btu

120V, 12.2 amps

CWN0747PM

745,000 Btu

120V, 12.2 amps

CWN00987PM

985,000 Btu

120V, 18.2 amps

CWN1257PM

1,255,000 Btu

120V, 18.2 amps

CWN1437PM

1,435,000 Btu

120V, 18.2 amps

CWN1797PM

1,795,000 Btu

120V, 21.8 amps

CWN2067PM

2,065,000 Btu

120V, 21.8 amps

Q: What temperature batchwater can an American Geothermal Gas Heater produce?
A: American Geothermal Gas Heaters can maintain an insulated storage tank at 180°F (82°C).
Q: How do I know what size American Geothermal Gas Heater I need?
A: American Geothermal offers free help sizing the perfect system for your plant. Contact Us or visit the Customer Calculations(link) to get assistance.
Q: Is the pump included?
A: Yes! Every gas heater comes with a built in circulation pump. This pump is intended to circulate batchwater between the heater and an insulated storage tank. Additional pumps can be purchased for batch pumps to pump water from your tank to your mixer.
Q: How do I plumb an American Geothermal Gas Heater?
A: View our Gas Heater page and scroll to the bottom to download plumbing schematics and more or visit the Contact Us page to get in touch with an American Geothermal team member.
Q: What are the dimensions and weight of a Thermabatch heat pump?
A: Thermabatch heat pumps are offered in a wide range or weights and dimensions.

Model Number

Description

Weight

Dimensions

CWN0497PM

495,000 Btu

440lbs

L46xW32xH23

CWN0647PM

645,000 Btu

510lbs

L57xW32xH23

CWN0747PM

745,000 Btu

550lbs

L64xW32xH23

CWN00987PM

985,000 Btu

845lbs

L48xW36xH34

CWN1257PM

1,255,000 Btu

905lbs

L59xW36xH34

CWN1437PM

1,435,000 Btu

1,050lbs

L69xW36xH34

CWN1797PM

1,795,000 Btu

1,193lbs

L83xW36xH34

CWN2067PM

2,065,000 Btu

1,350bs

L93xW36xH34

Q: What size tank do I need?
A: American Geothermal offers a full product line of Insulated Storage Tanks. Contact Us to get free assistance with sizing the perfect tank for you plant.
(Tip: We typically recommend having enough insulated storage on-site to batch a full day)
Insulated Storage Tanks

Insulated Storage Tanks

Q: What volumes and sizes of insulated storage tanks does American Geothermal offer?
A: American Geothermal Insulated Storage Tanks are offered in a wide range of volumes and sizes.

Model

Capacity

Orientation

Dimensions*

VT1K

1,000 gal

Vertical

64”x 6ft

VT2K

2,000 gal

Vertical

64”x 12ft

VT3K

3,000 gal

Vertical

64”x 18ft

VT6K

6,000 gal

Vertical

96”x 16ft

VT10K

10,000 gal

Vertical

96”x 27ft

VT15K

15,000 gal

Vertical

126”x 24ft

VT20K

20,000 gal

Vertical

120”x 34ft

VT25K

25,000 gal

Vertical

126”x 39ft

HT3K

3,000 gal

Horizontal

64”x 18ft

HT6K

6,000 gal

Horizontal

96”x 16ft

HT10K

10,000 gal

Horizontal

96”x 27ft

HT15K

15,000 gal

Horizontal

126”x 24ft

HT20K

20,000 gal

Horizontal

120”x 34ft

HT25K

25,000 gal

Horizontal

126”x 39ft

Q: What materials are American Geothermal Insulated Storage Tanks manufactured with?
A: All storage tanks (unless specified) are built with ¼” thick carbon steel and primed to prevent rust. Additionally every tank is insulated with 2” urethane foam and an UV protective coating.
Q: How many degrees per day will I lose leaving hot or cold water in an American Geothermal tank?
A: On average, American Geothermal tanks lose 1° per day. This is the best insulation value in the industry.
Q: How do I plumb and American Geothermal Insulated Storage Tank to my other processes?
A: American Geothermal tanks are pre-fitted to pair with American Geothermal Chillbatch, Thermabatch, E-Line, and gas heater products. View our Insulated Storage Tank page and scroll to the bottom to download plumbing schematics and more or visit the Contact Us(link) page to get in touch with an American Geothermal team member.
Q: What size tank do I need?
A: View our Insulated Storage Tanks page to see the tanks that we offer. Contact Us to get free assistance with sizing the perfect tank for you plant.
(Tip: We typically recommend having enough insulated storage on-site to batch a full day)