Compact and Economic Cooling
27 Jul 2012

The new product family by JULABO offers space-saving and eco-friendly recirculating coolers for simple cooling applications from -10 °C to +40 °C.

The F series of Compact-Recirculating coolers by JULABO are ideal for simple cooling tasks in laboratories and industry. The smallest recirculating cooler of this new family – the F250 – was technically up-graded to provide a wider temperature range from -10 °C to +40 °C. The new recirculating coolers F500 and F1000 feature even higher cooling capacities and stronger integrated pumps. The pump of the F500 delivers 24 l/min at 0.5 bar, and the stronger pump of the F1000 delivers 23 l/min at 1.0 bar.

All units of the F series feature impressive product benefits. Set points are easily entered via a 3-key-control panel. Temperatures are easy to read from a distance on the large, bright LED display. The PID temperature control guarantees a temperature stability ±0.5 °C. The filling port for the bath fluid is on the top and easily accessible. The integrated display shows the fluid level at a glance. The compact, space-saving design permits flexible positioning on or below laboratory tables benches. Like every JULABO instrument, the sides of recirculating coolers have no venting slits and permit placement right next to each other or other laboratory units.

Thanks to their efficient, energy-saving operation, the compact recirculating coolers of the F series are ideal to replace cooling water. And the price is right making the purchase of a JULABO F series recirculating cooler a cost-efficient investment.

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