Key Factors to Consider when Evaluating Providers of Medical Chillers

The Increased Utilization of Medical Chillers

The demand for medical chillers has grown significantly over the years. This growth is partially attributed to the expansion of the ambulatory surgery center (ASC) market over the past decade. Medical procedures that were once only undertaken in large hospitals are increasingly being performed in ASCs. As the medical equipment required for these procedures has expanded in scope, the need for medical chillers has risen. When evaluating medical chiller suppliers, procurement staff should seek providers that are experienced, licensed and committed to providing a high quality of product and service.

The Evolution of the Medical Chiller Industry

In the past, medical chillers were primarily used in large hospitals. However, the expansion of the surgery center market and the increasing sophistication of research facilities have led to the expansion of the types of medical facilities that use chillers. Medical chillers are now being used in the following types of health-related facilities:

  • Hospitals
  • Medical centers
  • Ambulatory surgery centers
  • Universities
  • Research facilities
  • Veterinary hospitals

The enhanced scope of medical equipment has spurred some hospitals and large healthcare facilities to procure multiple medical chillers. Facility expansions and the acquisition of new highly specialized medical devices are key contributors to the rising demand for medical chillers. And with a limited number of experienced suppliers in the medical chiller arena, it is more important than ever for procurement staff to enlist the help of a trusted medical chiller provider.

Key Advantages of Renting a Medical Chiller

In many cases, medical chillers are procured without giving sufficient consideration to factors such as size or intended scope of use. In other cases, a medical facility may experience rapid growth and find that it has quickly outgrown their current medical chiller. The rental of a medical chiller provides a cost-effective solution to these potential concerns. Additionally, there are a number of other advantages that are offered with the rental of medical chillers:

  • Servicing and repairs are covered in the price
  • In many cases, rental costs can be written off during tax preparation
  • Ability to quickly and affordably upgrade to a larger model
  • No charge for normal wear and tear
  • Reduced worry for your biomedical maintenance staff

Best of all, renting a medical chiller makes sense for organizations that only require a chiller for a limited time period. After all, very few medical organizations can afford to purchase an expensive, customized item that will only be used for one or two applications. In these instances, it is advantageous to seek a company that specializes in the rental of medical chillers.

The Importance of Industry Experience

When evaluating medical chiller providers, there are three key factors that should be considered. These factors are industry experience, industry approvals or licenses, and a company’s commitment to quality. Procurement staff should seek a provider that is fully insured and ETL-UL listed. They should ask for references and request photos of current inventory to confirm a company’s capabilities. Finally, a company with decades of industry experience is able to offer expertise and product quality that fly-by-night companies are unable to match.

Choosing the Best Medical Chiller Provider

With nearly 50 years of experience in the chiller industry, J.C. Younger (JCY) has established itself as an industry leader. Fully insured and possessing a One Master refrigeration license, JCY is an ETL-UL 1995 listed manufacturer. Their commitment to offering a high quality of product and service is evidenced by their use of high grade components and inspection procedures. JCY’s extensive chiller inventory is housed within a 40,000 square foot facility. Please contact us today to learn how we can quickly and affordably meet your medical chiller needs. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Sam graduated from Dunwoody College with a degree in HVAC Service, and started out working in the resident side of work. After many years in the residential side of work, Sam took a chance back in 2018 to work in the commercial side of hvac with Jc younger. Since started working with them, Sam has been streamlining Jc younger to make the service side quicker at getting customer back to cooling right away. He always puts the customer needs first, giving them great customer service, and getting them back cooling right away. When Sam is not at work he enjoys hitting up breweries around the area, going up to the cabin, and doing remodeling projects. He also enjoys going out to lake of the woods for some good walleye fishing.In his free time he enjoys taking his grandmother out for meals, fishing and spending time with girlfriend and dog Sara.



Sandy has been in the background of JCY since a baby, growing up playing on chiller systems in the large 12,000SQFT pole shed JCY stores units in. Sandy started working at a young age doing simple tasks like sweeping, painting, organizing Copper fittings and other small tasks. In 2005 Sandy started his 4 year degree at Dunwoody College and graduated in 2007.

During his schooling their he also started his apprenticeship under his fathers supervision. The training consisted of installs of glycol piping in the field, building first chiller and assisting with Chiller service repairs. In 2006 he started learning the in and outs of breweries, and has been JCY’s brewery specialist since then. A challenge he took on was glycol piping a 30 bbl brewery by him self and completed that task in less than 20 day with 16 hour shifts.
In his free time he enjoys taking his grandmother out for meals, fishing and spending time with girlfriend and dog Sara.