|Pump Type||Chiller Cooling||Price|
|Positive Displacement||Air Cooled||
|Positive Displacement||Water Cooled||
Designed for high heat removal in demanding environments, PolyScience DuraChill® Chillers provide robust and reliable temperature control for closed, external systems such as pilot plants, medical diagnostic equipment, metalworking lasers, and plastic molding machines. These chillers are suitable for most applications with their many options and accessories.Series Features
1.5 HP Models Feature
Please Note: PolyScience DuraChill chillers are manufactured at the time the order is placed and have a 3-week lead time.
|Temp Range (°C)||5 to 35|
|MaxFlow Rate (l/min)||13.2|
|Temp Stability (°C)||±0.5°C|
|Digital or Mechanical||Digital|
|Media Racks Available||No|
|Compressor Size||1.5 HP||1.5 HP||1.5 HP||1.5 HP|
|Working Temp Range||5° to 35° C|
|Temperature Stability||±0.5° C|
|Electrical Req (VAC/Hz/Ph/A)||230/60/1/23.1||230/60/3/22||230/60/1/13||230/60/1/17.2|
|Pump Type||Turbine||Positive Displacement|
|Cooling Capacity @ +20°C||5200 W||5328 W||5200 W||5328 W|
|Max Pressure||100.00 psi|
|Max Pressure Flow||3.50 gpm|
Cooling capacity based on 20° C/68° F entering air and 20° C/68° F leaving water. Allowance made for heat gain from pump.
Can I run a DuraChill continuously under maximum load?
Under any situation requiring continuous operation, both we and PolyScience recommend that you don't run a chiller at more than 80% load. However, the 1.5 HP chiller over-performs its specifications somewhat, and could potentially be used continuously at maximum load so long as the operating conditions are favorable - essentially, that it is used in a clean, climate-controlled (not hot) environment.PolyScience 2016-01-17