EquipmentLaboratoryThermo NESLAB Merlin M150 Low Temperature Recirculating Chiller

Thermo NESLAB Merlin M150 Low Temperature Recirculating Chiller



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Thermo NESLAB Merlin M150 Low Temperature Recirculating Chiller
 
 
  • Extended temperature range chillers provide precise temperature control for critical application needs
  • Translucent reservoir lets you check liquid level and fluid condition at a glance
  • Digital display resolution can be set to 1°C or 0.1°C on the intuitive controller
  • Removable grille allows for quick and easy preventive maintenance
  • Global compliance ensures user safety
 
Compact, portable recirculating chillers are ideal for applications requiring heat removal across a wide temperature range. With a temperature range from –15°C to 35°C, the chiller platform provides powerful cooling in a reliable and compact design. The PWM valve regulates the amount of cooling required in relation to the amount of heat being removed, eliminating on/off cycling and premature wear of the compressor. Highly functional, configurable controller features a user-adjustable low- and high-temperature safety with audible alarm. The positive displacement (PD) pump design ensures longer industrial-grade pumping.
 
Temperature Range (Metric) -15° to +35°C
Cooling Capacity 16487 BTU/hr.
Capacity 1.8L
Temperature Stability +/- 0.1°C
Dimensions (L x W x H) Exterior (74.3 x 54 x 77.2cm)
 
PDF User guide
 
Serial# 103125001

 

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All information given on this website is correct at the time of publication. However in the interests of technical progress, design specifications are subject to change without notice. Accordingly, data given herein should be regarded as a general guide only and does not form part of any contract. All goods are supplied in accordance with our standard terms and conditions of sale. If you need more information on using this equipment check out The Laboratory Encyclopedia.
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