Latest Posts from the Scientific Systems

Why Pay More for a Scientific System Unit?

by Balbir Kapany.

When it comes to air conditioning and refrigeration, quality goes a long way. At Scientific Systems, we specialize in producing explosion-proof, heavy-duty air conditioning and refrigeration equipment that is of the highest quality, customized to fit any industry. Though our clients pay more for our products, they remain loyal because we deliver a completely custom and extremely durable product that meets all their needs. Still not convinced? Here are a few reasons why our units  Keep Reading...



U.S. Navy - Rapid Deployment Fleet

by Harbir Kapany in category Applications.

Scientific Systems was approached by U.S. Navy to design and build multiple Explosion Proof Split Air-Conditioners for their armament storage facilities on rapid deployment sea fleet. This fleet is the one used to move all the land movable armament to the war zone including tanks, armored personnel movers etc. and all the ammunition required by the units. After our team engineered the first prototype, the U.S. Navy put them through rigorous on-site testing.  Keep Reading...


Technical Products Inc.

by Jordan Neustrom.

Technical Products Inc. is a product development and contract manufacturing company based out of Sterling, Massachusetts. They design and build specialty products for Process and Industrial Automation for a variety of clients worldwide in mechanical and chemical fields. Technical Products Inc. contacted us to design and construct a chiller for their Burlytic System that was being built for their clients, a Fortune 500 company and the DOD. This chiller had to be specially designed to  Keep Reading...


Gemini Observatory

by Jordan Neustrom.

The Gemini Observatory is an astronomical observatory consisting of two large telescopes located in both Hawaii and Chile. They have been using our chillers for many years in order to run their telescopes. Gemini came to us with the unique problem of needing a chiller to operate at high elevations for its latest project at the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory (CTIO) in northern Chile. The observatory is located on top of two mountains in the  Keep Reading...