Benchtop laboratory chiller RC 5 control

benchtop laboratory chiller
benchtop laboratory chiller
benchtop laboratory chiller
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Temperature range

Min.: -30 °C (-22 °F)

Max.: 80 °C (176 °F)


Powerful recirculating chiller, designed for external cooling applications up to -30°C. The energy-efficient chiller is operated with an eco-friendly refrigerant and reaches a high power density. This results in a comparatively small working space in the lab. The speed-controlled PEEK pump allows an indirect, continuous adjustment of the maximum pressure and flow rate. Due to its excellent temperature stability of about ± 0,1 K, the RC 5 can handle even sophisticated applications. The isolated, high-quality 7l bath has an integrated hopper and drain valve, ensuring a safe and clean handling of the thermofluid. A hose can be connected to empty the bath in order to avoid direct contact with the thermofluid. The easy-to-open front flap allows an easy cleaning of the cooling unit’s air filter. RC 5 control comes with a Wireless Controller (WiCo). Processes can be automated and simplified through 10 freely programmable temperature ramps with 10 steps each. • Speed-controlled refrigeration system with 1400 W cooling capacity (@20°C) • Natural thermofluid R290 • Excellent temperature stability of about ± 0,1K (@-10°C) • Speed-controlled pump made of PEEK: (0,6 bar; 31l/min) • Digital level indicator Interfaces: • RS 232 and USB Appliance type : Recirculating chiller Cooling agent : R290 Cooling agent quantity : 90 g Cooling agent pressure max. : 21 bar Cooling capacity (@20°C) : 1400 W Cooling capacity (@10°C) : 1200 W Cooling capacity (@0°C) : 950 W Cooling capacity (@-10°C) : 650 W Cooling capacity (@-20°C) : 450 W Cooling capacity (@-30°C) : 200 W

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