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High Temperature Unistat

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"The high temperature Unistats offer highly precise temperature control in the range of 65°C to 425°C and set new standards in safety, easy operation, and rapid, dynamic temperature control. The Unistat® cc401w HT model features an integral stepper motor to control the HT-Cooling, level protection and configurable overtemperature protection. Its minimal internal volume allows the shortest heat-up times to be achieved, while at the same time the maximum expansion tank temperature is limited to +60 °C. The working life and properties of the thermal fluid are also protected, by avoiding direct contact between the hot fluid and atmosphere.
The Unistat pilot is an easy to use TFT, colour graphic touch screen controller. Offering simple to access menus which display all key parameters, including, process temperature, jacket temperature, fluid pressure and safety settings. The Unistat pilot allows users to view dynamic data in a real-time graphic format. With TAC (Truly Adaptive Control), the Unistat learns with the user, constantly monitoring conditions, negating the need to manually set PID parameters.
The HT thermostats with controlled HT-Cooling are suitable for temperature control applications up to +425 °C, e.g. a double-jacketed reaction vessel (reactor), and pilot plants, as well as the semiconductor Industry and high temperature distillation. They are suitable for maintaining constant high temperatures, or to contain an exothermic reaction at high temperature."

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