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Compact laboratory chiller F1000
recirculating

compact laboratory chiller
compact laboratory chiller
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Characteristics

Configuration
compact
Other characteristics
recirculating
Temperature range

Max.: 40 °C (104 °F)

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)

Description

Compact models for simple cooling tasks The compact recirculating coolers in the F Series are economic models for routine applications in laboratories. The instruments cool in a temperature range of -10 or 0 °C to +40 °C and achieve a stability of ±0.5°C. The space saving design and lack of side vents allow flexible positioning even in small laboratories. Their high efficiency mean that the coolers in the F Series are an economic and environmentally friendly alternative to cooling with tap water. Low acquisition costs mean that they pay for themselves within a very short time. Product Features Environmentally friendly operation with low energy consumption No side vents, instruments can be placed right next to other equipment All wetted parts made of stainless steel or high grade plastic (except FC-T models) Large, bright LED display Compact design Splash-proof keypad Easy filling and Drain tap easily accessible Benefits Precise PID Temperature control with set control parameters, temperature stability ±0.02...±0.2 °C JULABO. Quality. Highest standards of quality for a long product life. Green technology. Development consistently applied environmentally friendly materials and technologies. Satisfied customers. 11 subsidiaries and more than 100 partners worldwide guarantee fast and qualified JULABO support. 100% Checked. 100% testing. 100% quality. Each JULABO Circulator undergoes thorough quality testing before leaving the factory.

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