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Professional temperature control for realistic test processes with the pressure-superimposed Integral P process thermostats
The new Integral P process thermostats operate on the principle of pressure superposition. The devices, equipped with a stainless steel pressure vessel, significantly extend the temperature range of non-flammable heat transfer media. Thus, the new Integral P process thermostats enable, for example, the testing of drive systems or stress tests under realistic conditions at favorable operating costs. Integral P process thermostats operate in the working temperature range from -40 to 140 °C with a cooling capacity of 20 or 25 kW.
Integral P process thermostats are equipped with a compressed air supply to draw the temperature control medium into the temperature control unit via a negative pressure of -0.2 bar. Like all Integral devices of the new generation, the Integral P process thermostats also use a modular interface concept for maximum flexibility in user processes.
Working temperature min.
Working temperature max.
|Integral IN 2050 PW|
|Working temperature min.||-40 °C|
|Working temperature max.||140 °C|
|Filling volume min.||11.1 L|
|Filling volume max.||36.3 L|
|Heater power||16 kW|
|Cooling output at 20 °C measured with ethanol||20 kW|
|Temperature stability||0.05 ±K|
|Pump pressure max.||6 bar|
|Pump flow max. (pressure)||120 L/min|
|Pressurised blanket max.||4 bar|
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