Powerful CORIO circulators
Dec 06 2017 Read 690 Times
JULABO circulators are used successfully around the world. Whether in research, material testing or in production – the well proven and reliable technology is valued by users in all industries.
CORIO C immersion circulator is suitable for standard internal applications and is provided with a redesigned, robust bath clamp. CORIO CD immersion circulator is designed for standard internal and external applications. Features on these models include a USB connection and the ability to continually toggle the pump between internal and external circulation directly under the display.
These units are equipped with a bath attachment clamp for wall thicknesses up to 26 mm. Alternatively, the circulator may be fastened to a laboratory stand. The clamp makes it easy to install the circulator onto an existing bath tank. Parts that are immersed in bath liquid are constructed of high quality stainless steel or synthetic material. Common applications include controlling the temperature of samples, temperature testing of food or luxury articles, materials testing, and evaluation, adjustment, and calibration or thermometers and thermal switches.
The CORIO heating circulators are available in different sizes from 4 to 50 liters filling volume. Furthermore the CORIO line contains also open heating bath circulators, immersion circulators and refrigerated circulators. The bath circulators are delivered with the customer's choice of either a high quality transparent plastic or stainless steel bath.
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