New Circulator Series Provides Maximum Ease of Use
Feb 23 2021 Read 320 Times
With the new MAGIO series, Julabo is expanding its product portfolio of high-end bridge mounted circulators, refrigerated and heating circulators - naturally all in the usual premium quality. The circulators operate in a working temperature range from -50°C to +300°C and with a heating capacity of up to 3 kW. Excellent heating/cooling performance guarantees very short heat-up and cool-down times.
With an extremely powerful pressure/suction pump with performance values up to 31 l/min or 0.92 bar (pressure) and -0.4 bar (suction), the MAGIO series offers the strongest pump in its class and is therefore perfectly suited for challenging external temperature tasks. To ensure maximum resistance against chemical substances, all wetted parts are made from stainless steel.
Modern touch display
The high resolution, modern TFT touch display has a multi-lingual user interface and shows all important information at a glance. Three large, predefined main screens clearly display data and graphics with various application priorities. All display functions are easy to operate with a fingertip.
External temperature control
MAGIO refrigerated circulators are perfect for external temperature tasks thanks to their powerful pumps and wide temperature range. Extensive accessories and excellent dynamics mean that the MAGIO circulators can be modularly and individually adapted to the most challenging applications.
Simple data exchange
Modern interfaces make easy remote control and practical data management possible as well as allowing integration into process structures. All MAGIO units come with integrated Pt100 connection, USB interface, RS232 and Ethernet. Analogue interfaces are optionally available as accessories.
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