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Laboratory thermostat TU-20HT

laboratory thermostat
laboratory thermostat
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Other characteristics
cooling, circulating
Temperature range

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 250 °C (482 °F)


Techne® invented the "Clip On" thermoregulator in 1948, and now offer four units. Thermoregulators are designed to be used with the Techne® unheated water baths or any other suitable laboratory vessels. They will heat, circulate and safely control the temperature of the liquid in the bath within precise limits. • This sophisticated Tempunit® covers a wide temperature range of -40°C to 250°C • Please note for sub-ambient cooling a Dip Cooler or Flow Cooler is required. Click here. • Applications 100°C require Techne bath oil. Click here. • 1.8kW heater power for fast heat up • 4 digit setting with a bright LED digital temperature display • RS232 connection supplied with TechneWorks software package and connecting lead as standard • User adjustable over-temperature cut-out with an audible alarm fitted • Low liquid level cut-out as standard Sub-ambient cooling This thermoregulator can be used for sub-ambient cooling, right down to -40°C, although a low-temperature liquid is required below 0°C. Sub-ambient cooling can be achieved using the cooling coil accessory (part number FCC01) connected to an external chilling system, for example a cold tap. Alternatively a Techne dip-cooler or flow cooler could be used as a method of chilling. External circulation This thermoregulator is a stand-alone waterbath temperature controller with precision accuracy and stirring action. It can not pump hot or cold liquid to an external system or device. This application requires model TE-10A, TE-10D or TU-20D. Technical Specification Specifications to DIN 12876 - TU-20HT Temperature range* - -40°C to +250°C Temperature
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.