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Cooling coils are key component of cooling systems, used for a broad spectrum of applications. They are generally manufactured from round, hollow tubing that is bent into circular coils, though square coils designs are sometimes used as well. This tubing transmits the cooling agent, be it liquid or gaseous. Cooling coils can be manufactured from a variety of materials, depending on their application and design requirements. Carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and copper are all common materials of construction for cooling coils. Cooling coils provide cooling an temperature control for numerous applications. They are utilized to quickly and safely lower the temperature of castings, to cool lasers in industrial and laboratory settings, and to keep machinery and equipment at safe operating temperatures, among other uses.