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Expanded Program with Baths and Circulators

Feb 14 2019 Read 659 Times

Huber Kältemaschinenbau has further expanded its range of classic heating and cooling thermostats. The program offers two product lines: While the CC models meet the highest standards, the KISS models stand for simple operation and affordable prices. The product range include immersion circulators, baths and circulation thermostats for temperatures from -90 to +300°C. The product line also includes the smallest cooling thermostats in the world, the Ministats.

CC models and Ministats are equipped with a Pilot ONE touchscreen controller, which offers a 5.7” TFT colour display as well as USB and LAN ports. Additional features include adjustable pumping capacity, sensor calibration, clock function, auto start, a Favourites menu and a convenient menu navigation in 13 languages. Another advantage is the electronic upgrade feature which enables the activation of additional functions such as programmer or process control. In contrast, the KISS models focus on basics. These devices are inexpensive and are recommended for many routine tasks. These devices have an OLED temperature display and protection functions according to Class III/FL (DIN 12876). Both model ranges are available with polycarbonate or stainless steel baths. The cooling thermostats operate environmentally friendly and use natural refrigerants.

For more information refer to www.huber-online.com.

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