Compact laboratory chiller SC5000a

compact laboratory chiller
compact laboratory chiller
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compact, mobile
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Temperature range

Min.: -20 °C (-4 °F)

Max.: 130 °C (266 °F)


for highest requirements in industrial environments The SemiChill series offers powerful recirculating coolers. These units have been especially designed for applications in the semiconductor industry. Five models are available, with cooling capacities from 2.5 to 10 kW (air- or water-cooled). Working temperature ranges from +5 to +35 °C which can optionally be extended from -20 to +130 °C. Also available is a selection of powerful pumps. The units can be modified to provide heater capacities up to 5 kW. Selection between different electronic modules to conform to simple or high demands such as, for example flow rate and conductivity measurement, external temperature control or integration of the coolers via analogue signals, RS232, devicenet or ethernet. A large range of accessories and options including DI filters, microfilters, USB adapters, etc. is available. Product Features For the most demanding applications No side vents, instruments can be placed right next to other equipment Handles and castor make relocation easy Industrial grade mains power switch and emergency cut-off Pressure Indicator Front filling port Low noise level Precise PID temperature control ATC3 3-Point-Calibration Warning and safety functions Modular design allows selection between different options Benefits 100 % Cooling capacity ‘Active Cooling Control’ for cooling available throughout the entire working temperature range, fast cool-down even at higher temperatures Process. Under control. Full regulation of the dynamics control, access to all important control parameters for individual process optimization.


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