Designed so that test results are in line with international standards DIN 12880.
P.I.D temperature controller provides accurate and reliable temperature control.
Automatic calibration function, be able to adapt to a variety of laboratory environment.
A spread product line meets a variety of needs
Wide range of options to meet a variety of experimental needs.
Temperature/Capacity/Liquid Flow/Pressure/Control Mode/Internal Circulation/External Circulation.
Convenient design for easy maintenance
Round curved inner angle is easy to clean.
Inner chamber is made from corrosion-resistant mirror stainless steel.
Preset On/Off function.
Built-in power interruption protection function, automatic run after power interruption.
Independent Over-temperature protection meets DIN 12880 International standard requirements.
Temperature deviation alarm.
Over current protection alarm.
|Storage Tank Capacity（L)
|Lowest Temp Without Load（℃）
|Best Operating Temp（℃）
|Cooling Capacity （w)
|Compressor delay start、Leakage circuit breaker,Over current/ Overvoltage Protection
|Recirculating Pump Power（W）
|Pump Flow Rate（L/min）
|Max. Pump Head（m）
|Inlet/Outlet Pipe Diameter（mm）
|Inlet/Outlet Connector Diameter（mm）
|Liquid tank Dimension（mm）
|Exterior Dimension（mm）(including casters)
|10L*2 Or 20L*1
The specifications show the lowest temperature without load for the BRC-20A Recirculating Chiller is -20°C, but also says it has 1600 W cooling capacity at that temperature? Can it hold -20°C with a load on it?
Being states that under their testing the BRC-20A chiller is 60% efficient at -20°C, so it would be able to maintain -20°C with a load of no more than 960 W. -20°C will be the lowest temperature with or without load, as it is the lowest setpoint temperature for the chiller.
How is the power specification for the whole chiller lower than the maximum cooling capacity?
This specification is given as a normal operating power consumption. The actual power consumption will vary based on usage and may be significantly higher in demanding applications.4923 BEING 2021-03-28