PRESTO W55 – The new Power Package
Oct 09 2018 Read 1183 Times
Reactor temperature control, tests for all kinds of substances or temperature simulation - the new PRESTO are made for highly precise temperature control and rapid temperature changes.
The PRESTO W55 delivers high cooling and heating capacities and is ideal for large external applications. PRESTO W55 offers even faster cooling and heating times within a temperature range of -55°C to +250°C and temperature stability as high as +/-0.05°C.
The new PRESTO W55 controls temperature with extreme precision and enables even faster temperature changes, whether for reactors, material stress tests, or temperature simulations. We call it the Power Package for good reason. It covers a temperature range of -55 to +250°C with a cooling capacity of 15 kW at +20°C and heating capacity of 15 kW. Highly efficient components give PRESTO W55 the ability to compensate for exothermic and endothermic reactions with extraordinary speed. Maintaining control over pressure as it increases protects applications and other investments. Permanent internal monitoring and self-lubricating pumps ensure a long service life. The integrated 5.7” industrial touch panel is clear and well organised, so important information is readily available for enhanced user convenience.
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