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Compact Recirculating Cooler / EcoChiller F250

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The compact recirculating cooler F250 is a budget-priced and user-friendly instrument for routine application in day-to-day laboratory work. The F250 is the ideal choice
for replacing tap water in cooling applications. The reduction of facility water costs enables a fast return of investment while saving fresh
water resources. The unit is usable for working temperatures from +5°C to +40°C with a temperature stability of ±0.5°C (PID-control). Thanks to its small foot print and the frontal vents the unit is ideal for flexible laboratory applications and provides optimal process stability.
Product Compact Recirculating Cooler / EcoChiller F250
Company Julabo Labortechnik
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