Thermodynamic Power with PRESTO
Dec 14 2017 Read 954 Times
JULABO’s PRESTO represent an entirely generation of highly dynamic temperature control systems. The PRESTO systems are designed for precise temperature control as well as rapid temperature changes, making them ideal for reactor vessels, material stress tests, or temperature simulations.
The PRESTO from JULABO represent the state-of-the-art for modern laboratories. These instruments cover a working temperature range of -92°C to +250°C with high cooling and heating capacity. Maximum heating capacity can also be adapted to fluctuations in the mains power supply. Highly efficient components give these instruments the ability to compensate for exothermic and endothermic reactions with extraordinary speed. The PRESTO units are extremely robust and work reliably even if the ambient temperature climbs as high as +40°C. The integrated cooling machine and an internal, cooled expansion vessel absorb volume changes in the heat exchanger.
Many PRESTO devices for a temperature range from -92°C to 250°C
PRESTO starts with the A30, covering a temperature range from -30°C to +250°C. For the temperature range from -40°C to +250°C the A40 as air-cooled model or the W40 with water-cooling are available. The PRESTO A45 (-45°C to +250°C) can be ordered with an additional heating unit and is then able to offer a heating capacity of up to 12 kW. The water-cooled models W50 and W50t provide high cooling capacity of up to 7.5 kw (at +20°C).
The dual-stage systems start with the A80 and W80 (-80°C to +250°C) which are also available with an additional heating unit to provide more heating power. The A85 and W85 systems are available as air-cooled or water-cooled systems with colling capacity of up to 2.5 kW (at +20°C). The W91 and W92 systems can be used with a powerful centrifugal pump or they can be optionally equipped with a gear pump which allows the usage of fluids with higher viscosity.
All PRESTO systems come with variable pumps – this and many more features ensure maximum safety for your applications.
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