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Eco-positive, thermal process management solutions for the global transportation market.

Transportation sector clients demand the highest standards when it comes to the safe and efficient operation of their equipment. To exceed consumer expectations and meet regulatory requirements, transportation companies turn to Berg for total chilling solutions. For over 50 years, Berg custom designs industrial process temperature control solutions with chilling, pumping and freezing equipment to maintain optimal environments, living conditions, and capture and reuse energy in the global transportation market. Read more

Berg works with companies in the rail, automotive, aerospace and marine industries to develop custom engineered chilling solutions suitable for their needs. We have expertise in providing chilling equipment for electronics in rail systems, product test facilities, environmental test chambers for hydraulic fluid engines and fuel systems, ship board and onshore cooling, vessel dehumidification, domestic and cargo refrigeration, life support system cooling, comfort cooling and much more.

Our experienced team custom designs and fabricates complete solutions, including chilling, pumping and heat recovery equipment and all other auxiliary equipment in close partnership with our customers, ensuring engineered innovation that meets the economic and functional goals of their projects. This collaborative approach to doing business positions us as both a worldwide leader in solving complex application issues, and has consistently resulted in improved operational competitiveness for our customers.

UOIT Climatic Wind Tunnel

UOIT Chooses Berg Chilling Systems to Supply Core Climate System for their Climatic Wind Tunnel.
The of University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) Climatic Wind Tunnel (CWT) is a key component of a major new initiative to aid indigenous Canadian Automobile research and development. It is the centrepiece in the Automotive Centre of Excellence (ACE), funded largely by the province of Ontario, with significant help from the Canadian federal government.