Economical Recirculator Provides Low-Cost Cooling for Laboratory Applications
Mar 20 2017 Comments 0
An efficient and reliable liquid-to-air recirculator that provides exceptionally economical heat removal for FTIR, GC/MS, ICP, vessels, and other laboratory applications is now available from PolyScience. Intended for removing heat loads from sensitive equipment and processes, the Model 3370 Liquid-to-Air Cooler boasts a 4000 watt cooling capacity at 20°C (68°F) and can handle liquid temperatures as high as 70°C (158°F). As a result, it offers significant cost-savings over mechanically refrigerated circulators.
Designed for simple operation and maintenance, the Model 3370 circulates fluid at up to 20.5 lpm (5.4 gpm) to the equipment, back into a reservoir, and through a fan-cooled radiator which removes heat. A built-in low-liquid level indicator safeguards the reservoir and circulation system. The pump and cooling system are further protected with reusable filters. The unit is available with either a turbine or positive displacement pump.
In addition to long life and easy maintenance, the Model 3370 Liquid-to-Air Cooler is also extremely compact. Measuring just 20.5 x 15 x 22.3 inches (52 x 38.1 x 54.6 cm), it requires only slightly more than 1.5 ft2 of floor or bench space.
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