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New Temperature Control System “Grande Fleur”

Published: Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Last Updated: Tuesday, March 25, 2014
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Grande Fleur offers users more power at a reasonable price.

The new Grande Fleur, a Huber Kältemaschinenbau product, extends Huber's portfolio of dynamic temperature control systems. Larger than a Petite Fleur but smaller than a Unistat Tango, the Grande Fleur offers users more power at a reasonable price.

Like the Petite Fleur, the Grande Fleur is one of the "small Tangos", the smallest cooling-heating circulators of the Unistat range. Like all Unistats, the Grande Fleur is characterized by unique thermodynamic properties.

This makes it a first choice for temperature control applications where top speed and highest accuracy are essential.

With its compact design, the Grande Fleur is perfectly suited for highly accurate temperature control of research reactors, as well as for material stress testing or temperature simulation.

The unit has an operating temperature range of -40 °C to +200 °C and a cooling power of 0.6 kW at 0 °C (with full pumping capacity pursuant to DIN 12876). The Grande Fleur has all the great features of the Unistat series, such as comfortable process data logging, environmentally friendly refrigerant, and extra-short heating and cooling times.

With capacities of up to 38 l/min, the adjustable circulation pump ensures optimum heat transfer. A soft start and an optional pressure control protects glass reactors from damage and balances out changes in viscosity in the fluid circuit.

The Grande Fleur is equipped with the brilliant 5.7" touchscreen controller Pilot ONE and the E-grade "Professional" extended functionality. This means that the Grande Fleur comprises by default all functions required for demanding temperature control jobs - such as TAC cascade control, programmer, graphic display, calibration programs, and USB, Ethernet and RS232 interfaces.

The Grande Fleur is available with air or water cooling; another version is intended for external open temperature control applications.


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