About

In 1955, company engineers developed their first temperature control systems to meet their own precise requirements for a compact, safe, and efficient means of controlling their fast-cycle injection molding machines. Mokon is now the manufacturer of choice of high-quality circulating liquid temperature control systems for thousands of customers all over the world.

For over 65 years, we have challenged ourselves to meet the evolving needs of industries like plastics, die casting, food processing, pharmaceutical, chemical processing, rubber, printing, converting, and more.

Our experienced team of engineering, sales, and service professionals is dedicated to designing and supplying the safest, highest quality products available. We are a quality-driven manufacturer that delivers practical engineering solutions through our superior customer focus and support.

Mokon. Designed to Perform. Built to Last.

Product Overview

Timeline

To date over 63,000 Mokon systems sold in USA, Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.

  • First water system designed in 1955 - now over 400 standard configurations of heating and flow capacities are offered.

  • First heat transfer hot oil system followed in the mid 1960's for higher temperature applications.

  • Chiller family introduced in early 1990's. Full range system is still unique today, combining a chiller and water temperature control system in one system.

  • In 2003, Mokon added central chillers and pump tanks.

  • Cooling towers and outdoor air-cooled central chiller systems came along in 2006.

  • Cold climate cooler systems and blown film coolers.

  • Power and process control panels.

  • Expanded portable chiller line to 40 Tons and HTF 350 Series heat transfer oil systems to 24 kW.

  • HTF ST Series - Stationary heat transfer oil systems up to 600 kW. Iceman OA Series - Outdoor air-cooled chillers from 1 to 40 Tons. Expansion of Blown Film Air Cooler line to 9000 CFM.

  • Low Temperature Chillers - Up to 10 Ton nominal capacities and operating temperatures down to -10°F (-23°C). Full Range Heating and Cooling Systems -- 50°F to 600°F (10°C to 315°C). Modulating Portable Chillers - 5, 10 & 15 Nominal Tons of cooling featuring Copeland Digital Scroll compressors. HTF ST Series - Now available up to 700°F (371°C). Duratherm MAX - New line of high temperature water systems with temps up to 380°F (193°C).

  • Cleanroom Temperature Control Systems. Iceman Low Temperature Chillers now available down to -20°F (-29°C) with nominal capacities up to 12 Tons. Heating and Cooling Systems for Sanitary Environments. HTF NPS Series - Positive & Negative pressure temperature control systems up to 400°F (204°C).

  • Launched New Responsive Website
    Lean Six Sigma Completion
    ISO 9001: 2008 Certification

  • Celebrating our 60th Anniversary.
    Outdoor Air-Cooled Condensers for portable and central chillers.
    High Temperature (380°F) Duratherm MAX redesign.

  • Glycol Solutions are introduced.
    Redesign of Full Range Combination Heating and Chilling System.
    Launched Online Parts Store.

  • Iceman SC Series line of portable chillers expands to include a fluid temperature range of 5°F to 30°F (-15°C to -1°C).
    Duratherm MAX product line expands to include a D3 Series, which has capabilities up to 330°F (166°C) and an option for 340°F (171°C).

    ISO 9001: 2015 Certification

  • Expansion of our Iceman SC Series Portable Chillers to 50 Tons.

    Expansion of 50 and 60 Tons to our Iceman Dual Circuit Portable Chillers and Full Range Combination Heating/Chilling Systems.

    Expansion of Iceman OA Series Outdoor Air-Cooled Chillers up to 60 Ton chilling capacities.

    ISO 14001:2015 Certification

  • Sanitary Line of Products Introduced for Critical Processes in the Food, Medical and Pharmaceutical Industries.

  • Xtreme-Therm product line featuring high-performing equipment designed for chemical and harsh environments.

  • Mokon expands line of Heat Transfer Fluid Systems with the addition of the HTF 400 Series. The HTF 400 Series maximizes performance with fluid temperatures up to 400°F (204°C), offering customers a higher temperature range for lower-end process requirements.