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At Clements, we can help you save a BUNCH on energy costs this season!

Clements has been actively involved in the wine industry for 30 years, so we are somewhat experts when it comes to wine. We know even more when it comes to helping winemakers significantly reduce their energy costs. Did you know you could save up to 40% on your energy bills?

The Hunter Valley boasts a rich viticultural history, and is home to both world-renowned and smaller, family operated boutique vineyards alike. It is here, in this Pokolbin area, that we have gained most of our experience. Refrigeration is an essential part of the wine making process, and the quality of the end product is often compromised as a result of using poorly designed and installed equipment.

Several years ago, we saw the obvious need for specialised equipment, and developed our own range of brine chillers under the brand name ‘Brichil.’ Our chillers have been supplied to the majority of the major wine growing regions throughout Australia and overseas. Needless to say, we built them tough to operate efficiently in the harshest of Australian conditions.

Clements also offer the LENNOX range of fluid chillers distributed by the world leaders in refrigeration “HEATCRAFT”. All chillers are engineered and specified for each individual project which includes site assisted commissioning by factory trained Heat craft Engineers.

Clements offer on-site surveys to our local clients, to assess and advise on the individual needs of your wineries.

Clements offers many energy efficient products and services, including:

  • Energy audits to reveal potential savings
  • Plant re-engineering for economy, or major upgrades
  • Winery Brine Refrigeration
  • Specialised process cooling applications
  • Purpose built Brichil Chillers

Call today for an obligation-free chat about our energy efficient products and services, and how we can help you save up to 40% in energy costs.

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