The laboratory glycol chiller is a common cooling equipment in the laboratory. It is generally used to achieve the temperature requirement of the cold source. What are the benefits?
1. Why choose a laboratory glycol chiller:
The single-machine self-cascade refrigeration technology adopted has fast refrigeration speed, low noise and simple installation. There are many sizes and models of laboratory low-temperature refrigeration cycle devices. Users can choose models according to their own needs, and can also choose isolation and explosion-proof options.
2. Commonly used refrigerants in laboratory glycol chillers:
Commonly used water, brine, chlorinated solution, and ethylene glycol in laboratory cryogenic refrigeration cycle devices, the performance, price, and heat capacity of each refrigerant are different, so the choice can be selected according to the needs.
The freezing point of ethylene glycol is relatively low, the use temperature is -50 degrees, the performance is relatively temperature, the price is cheaper, but it is corrosive. The chlorine-containing solution has a low freezing point, high volatility, and corrosiveness. The applicable temperature range is -50 to -100°C. Water has a large specific heat, low density, low price and easy availability. It is suitable for occasions where the refrigeration temperature is above 0°C. The salt water can lower the freezing point temperature and expand the cooling range. It is suitable for medium and low temperature refrigeration systems.
3. Points for attention when using the laboratory glycol chiller:
A. Before use, you need to check to see if the location of the device is correct to avoid problems during use.
B. When using the laboratory glycol chiller, follow the operating instructions for operation, including turning on and off the machine.
C. Pay attention to good maintenance work, and perform regular maintenance regularly.
D. When the laboratory glycol chiller fails during use, it should be solved in time. Some common failures have information in the instruction manual, which can't be solved. Contact the manufacturer to solve it.
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