Increased Pump Capacity for the DYNEO Series Announced
May 06 2020 Read 520 Times
With the DYNEO series, Julabo offers a wide range of powerful circulators. The DYNEO heating immersion circulators and refrigerated circulators ensure flexible use for the most demanding temperature applications in the laboratory in the usual premium quality.
New More Powerful Circulating Pump
As of March 2020, Julabo has upgraded the DYNEO series with a considerably more powerful circulating pump as standard. This significantly increases the pump capacity of the devices to a supply pressure of 0.1 ... 0.7 bar and a flow rate of 8 ... 27 l/min. This means an increase in performance by about +17%. The products remain unchanged with respect to the proven control, handling, and dimensions.
Safe and Easy Handling
For quick and convenient access, all controls and security functions are easy to operate from the front. With the unique rotary knob (controller), the DYNEO series offers a new operating option. The entire menu and all settings are controlled directly via the central operating element on the front of the circulators. Circulator and refrigeration unit can be switched on and off simultaneously using the mains switch on the top of the circulator. The pump can be switched between internal and external circulation directly under the display. To ensure that the data can be read easily even from a distance, the DYNEO has a robust and bright industrial display. The temperature control medium is drained quickly and easily via the integrated drain tap – without the need for additional tools.
Powerful and Efficient
The powerful DYNEO refrigerated circulators are particularly suitable for use in basic research, materials testing, or technical installations. They offer a temperature range from -50°C to +200°C with a heating capacity of 2 kW. The refrigerated circulators work precisely and reliably even at higher ambient temperatures up to +40°C.
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