We make a general distinction between 3 cooling systems: air-cooled recirculating chillers, water-cooled recirculating chillers and system separators (water-to-water chiller). The choice of a suitable cooling system depends very much on the actual situation and the work process to be served.
The recirculating chillers of all 3 cooling systems are manufactured individually and to customer requirements by Van der Heijden Labortechnik GmbH. In this way, you as the customer will receive the best possible equipment performance for your work process.
Air-cooled recirculating chillers
Air-cooled recirculating chillers have a compressor, and discharge the waste heat to the surrounding environment. For this reason, these chillers cannot be installed in enclosed laboratory furniture. Otherwise the warm air would again be absorbed by the chiller and proper cooling would not be possible. Air-cooled recirculating chillers are stand-alone units requiring only a supply of electrical voltage; however, they also have higher noise emissions than e.g. system separators.
- - Independent of other cooling systems
- - Higher noise level than system separators
- - Waste heat is discharged into the surrounding environment (approx. 40% more than the specified cooling rating)
Pumping capacity: 5 l/min.
Feed pressure: 1,2 mWs
The COOL-CARE is developed to avoid cooling water being consumed during the range of applications. The ideal equipment for cooling after-condensers used in conjunction with membrane vacuum pump is the COOL-CARE unit without a thermostat.