Chiller Range Offers Eco-friendly and Economical Cooling
Mar 13 2019 Read 138 Times
Many technical applications depend on a reliable cooling solution. Huber Minichillers and Unichillers are the ideal solution for environmentally friendly and economical cooling in laboratory and industry. There are several air and water cooled models available, with cooling powers from 0.3 to 20 kW. Efficient energy management in all Huber chillers ensures low operating costs and a quick return on investment.
The chillers are now available with the new OLÉ controller. The units combine state of the art technology with simple operation. OLÉ models are suitable for routine tasks in research and industry and are convincing as practice oriented basic equipment. They are equipped with USB and RS232 interfaces as standard and have a bright, large OLED display. A Pt100 sensor connection to display (not control) e.g. the process temperature is available as Option.
The compact Chillers have a premium stainless-steel casing and reach operating temperatures of -25°C to +40°C. The technical equipment includes an illuminated level indicator, as well as status symbols for pump, cooling and heating. All models are available with an integrated heating to extend the temperature range to +100°C.
All Huber Chillers are designed for non-supervised permanent operation at ambient temperatures of up to +40°C. The models are equipped with a circulating pump with 1 bar pressure for best flow rates. For applications with significant pressure loss, ‘P’ models with stronger pressure pumps (2.5 bar) are available.
More information online: www.huber-online.com
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