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PolyScience unveils the Capacitance Liquid Level Sensor on the DuraChill® line of chillers

Nov 01 2019 Read 448 Times

The liquid level sensor on the new DuraChill® line eases the stress of having to rely on antiquated technology to protect your valuable equipment. The capacitance liquid level sensor provides worry-free prevention of premature pump failure. Because pump seals will fail in as little as 30 seconds of being run dry, DuraChill® Chillers include a state-of-the-art capacitance liquid level sensor on the reservoir to protect the pump from premature failure. If the fluid level runs too low, the DuraChill® Chiller will give visual and audible alarms and if the fluid level reaches a point where there's risk of sucking air into the pump, DuraChill® will shut the chiller down and present another alarm.

DuraChill® is defined by numerous innovations thoughtfully engineered to work together to deliver precise and reliable temperature control day after day – whenever you need it.

  • Cooling capacities from 850 to 2900 Watts
  • Choice of ultra-reliable Turbine or Positive Displacement Pumps
  • Fluid temperature control range from -10 to 70°C
  • TUV and CE electrical safety certifications

Our dedication to quality, ease of operation, reliability and value has helped us become a global company that spans six continents.

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