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Chillers

These refrigerator chillers are designed to provide chilled water to the secondary side of water to water heat exchangers, or wherever normal chilled water is required. Units feature the hot gas bypass design, and all use CFC- free refrigerants. Front panel temperature control allows selection of the coolant water temperature set point, which is maintained to +/- 1 °C. Various pumps are available to meet each particular pressure/flow requirement. These chillers are not suitable for use with distilled water. Chillers are available in sizes ranging from 1KW to up to 100KW. Please contact the U.S. Laser sales department for help in selecting the right unit and options to suit your needs.


Distilled Water Chillers

These compact closed loop refrigerator chillers are designed to supply clean water directly to Nd:YAG or other lasers requiring distilled or deionized water. All surfaces in the coolant water loop are either stainless steel, plastic, or other inert material. Chiller has a front panel temperature control which regulates the chilled water to +/- 1 °C, and have integral water flow, level, and temperature interlocks. Refrigeration system features hot gas bypass design to extend compressor life, and use CFC free refrigerants. Units are available in 4 KW and 6 KW versions.

 

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