Chillers and Temperature Control Equipment
Recirculating chillers and heat exchangers are installed to provide thermal stability for applications in industrial and applied sciences from laser cutting, welding, marking and plastic injection molding. Lab science and analytical equipment applications include: mass spectrometry, gas chromatography, MRIs, CT scanners, radiation therapy machines and other medical equipment.
Sizing of the chiller or heat exchanger is determined by the required cooling capacity measured in watts (W), kilowatts (kW), BTU per hour, or ton or refrigeration (RT); temperature stability or tolerance; and cooling method, refrigeration or Peltier effect.
SMC chillers are available in Rack Mount, Bench Top, or Floor Standing installations and are cooled with air or facility water; the recirculating coolant can be water, DI water, or an Ethylene glycol mixture.
- Air and water cooled models
- Conforms to UL specifications (60 Hz only), also CE marked
- Environmentally friendly R407C refrigerant
- Low tank fluid level detection function
- Power failure auto-restart function
- RS232C, RS485, and contact I/O for remote access and signals
- Single phase power for simple installation
- Timer operation function
HRS, HRS-R, HRSE compact recirculating chillers are designed to meet the widest range of single-point applications in both industrial and technology settings. The package design is robust enough for the factory, yet ergonomic and compact for lab installations. Coolant can be either heated or cooled within the set temperature range. Choose from eight cooling capacities, air or water cooled refrigerant, and global power supply options.
The HRL is a temperature control device featuring two independent cooling channels in one package. This thermo chiller is designed to cool the optical head and oscillator of a laser processing system. Considerable space savings can be realized compared to a two chiller solution. All operations can be managed from a single touch panel. A triple inverter controls power consumption of the fan, pump, and compressor for optimal energy savings. The heating function uses waste heat from the refrigerant discharge instead of a separate electric heater to improve efficiency and reliability. The HRL is copper free and suitable for DI water, including a DI filter and electrical conductivity control kit. Additional standard features include a 5µm particle filter, earth leakage breaker, and casters for mobility.