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This thermostat cools down to -90°C

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Lauda

Lauda



This company has extended its PRO portfolio to include two new low-temperature circulation thermostats designed for the specific requirements of test benches, reactors, climatic chambers and distillation plants in the CPI. With a temperature range of –90 to 200°C and a cooling capacity of 0.8 kW, the RP 290 E and RP 290 EC low-temperature circulation thermostats (photo) are ideal as a substitute for dry ice in external low-temperature applications. The new models offer a cooling capacity of 1.5 kW, almost twice the capacity of the RP 245 (0.8 kW), which was previously the most powerful model, with the same space requirements. — Lauda GmbH & Co. KG, Lauda-Königshofen, Germany


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