Compact laboratory chiller FC1200

compact laboratory chiller
compact laboratory chiller
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Temperature range

Max.: 80 °C (176 °F)

Min.: -20 °C (-4 °F)


Chiller for heating and cooling tasks The recirculating coolers of the FC series are characterized by an increased working temperature range thanks to their integrated heating. They operate very precisely with a temperature stability of ±0.2 °C. Product Features Adjustable ratio for feed/return temperatures Easy filling system located at the front Activation of pump for filling Bright MULTI-DISPLAY (LED) Upper and lower temperature warning functions with interval tone Integrated freezing protection and dry-running protection Rapid and easy operation via seamless, splash-proof keypad Liquid level indication on the front Self-test, reciprocal sensor monitoring, pump motor and compressor overload protection Complete shut-down with audible signal in case of an alarm Removable venting grid for simplified removal of dust RS232 interface for PC connection High temperature stability Integrated heater with 1.2 kW capacity Pressure Indicator Benefits 100% Checked. 100% testing. 100% quality. Each JULABO Circulator undergoes thorough quality testing before leaving the factory. Green technology. Development consistently applied environmentally friendly materials and technologies. JULABO. Quality. Highest standards of quality for a long product life. Quick start. Individual JULABO consultation and comprehensive manuals at your disposal. Satisfied customers. 11 subsidiaries and more than 100 partners worldwide guarantee fast and qualified JULABO support. Services 24/7. Around the clock availability. You can find suitable accessories, data sheets, manuals, case studies, and more at


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