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Cryo-Compact Circulator CF30

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The new CF series offers compact refrigerated/heating circulators. With small overall dimensions the units can even be placed on a very small surface or within a complex installation. All models offer a heating capacity of 2 kW and classification 3 according to DIN12876-1. The maximum ambient temperature of +40°C as well as a ventilation air cooling allow installing the units very closely side by side with other units or directly under a fume hood. Furthermore all the models feature pump connections for external temperature applications and a bath opening for temperature control of small objects directly in the circulator bath. Wetted parts are made of high quality stainless steel or plastic. The instruments provide a reliable Microprocessor electronics with high temperature stability as well as warning and safety functions.
Product Cryo-Compact Circulator CF30
Company Julabo Labortechnik
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Catalog Number 9400330
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