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Recirculating Cooler/Chiller FLW1703

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The FL series offers a new generation of chillers for routine cooling applications within the laboratory and industry. The working temperature range covers –20°C to +40°C, the temperature stability of the PID control is ±0.5°C. All units can easily be cleaned and are provided with a splash water proof keypad with LED temperature indication. On the front of the units there is an RS232 interface as well as an alarm shutdown. The filling port is easily accessible placed on the top under a lift-up cover. Another hinged tray serves as a file for the operating manual or other documents concerning the installation. The removible venting grid allows an easy cleaning of the condenser, the drain tap is easily acceable behind the grid. All models include an easily visible level indication. Another advantage is the venting slots are on the front and rear and therefore the units can be placed directly one beside the other (space saving).
Product Recirculating Cooler/Chiller FLW1703
Company Julabo Labortechnik
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Catalog Number 9673017
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Julabo Labortechnik
Eisenbahnstrasse 45 77960 Seelbach Germany

Tel: +49 7823 51190
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Email: info@julabo.de



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