Chillers for Rotary Evaporators | RotaCool

The additional space required on the laboratory table is zero! Abracadabra: placed on rotary evaporator the RotaCool virtually disappears completely. The RotaCool is a product to provide a dedicated cooling service to all small bench top Rotary Evaporators.

Flow-through chilllers | DC

They are commonly used in combination with heating circulators and baths to remove heat in order to cool a process back to room temperature.

Chiller with compact housing | Minichiller

The compact Minichillers are an economic and environmentally friendly cooling solution for many laboratory applications. A calculation of water and waste water costs shows that a Minichiller can save up to 48,000 litres of water in a working week and due to its low procurement price, return on investment is achieved within a very short time. The units have small footprints, only requiring 225 x 360 mm on the laboratory bench and are therefore suitable for cooling reactor blocks, vacuum pumps, rotary evaporators or heat exchangers. Minichillers allow stable application conditions due to constant values for temperature, pressure and throughflow quantities. They are also perfect for continuous operation at ambient temperatures up to 40°C. Despite the economic purchase price the coolers are well equipped and have a large temperature indicator, fill level indicator, as well as status LEDs for the pump, cooling and heating. A 1 kW heater is optionally available with which the temperature range can be extended to +100°C. Minichillers are available as both air and water cooled models and use natural refrigerants.

Chiller with low profile housing | Unichiller

When compared to conventional tap water cooling chillers offer better rates of efficiency, stable pressure and flow rates, and a constant cooling water temperature. Furthermore these units reduce water consumption, making them an environmentally friendly refrigeration solution with low running costs. Huber Unichillers are ideal for process cooling, back cooling of technical plants or as a centralised cooling water supply in laboratories. Unichillers are designated to be used unsupervised in continual operation or in environmental temperatures up to 40 °C. Unichillers are available with weather protection and winter operation to allow them to be located outdoors.

Chiller with Tower housing | Unichiller

When compared to conventional tap water cooling chillers offer better rates of efficiency, stable pressure and flow rates, and a constant cooling water temperature. Furthermore these units reduce water consumption, making them an environmentally friendly refrigeration solution with low running costs. Huber Unichillers are ideal for process cooling, back cooling of technical plants or as a centralised cooling water supply in laboratories. Unichillers are designated to be used unsupervised in continual operation or in environmental temperatures up to 40 °C. Unichillers are available with weather protection and winter operation to allow them to be located outdoors.

Chiller with high pressure pumps | Unichiller P

When compared to conventional tap water cooling chillers offer better rates of efficiency, stable pressure and flow rates, and a constant cooling water temperature. Furthermore these units reduce water consumption, making them an environmentally friendly refrigeration solution with low running costs. Huber Unichillers are ideal for process cooling, back cooling of technical plants or as a centralised cooling water supply in laboratories. The Unichiller P model series are equipped with high pressure pumps for applications with high pressure drops.

Chillers with natural refrigerant | Unichiller • Minichiller

Environmentally-friendly with natural refrigerants
Already in the early 1970s, company founder Peter Huber started researching and using natural refrigerants. In the following years, Propane and Propene have been used as a standard refrigerant in many units.

In practice, natural refrigerants have significant advantages over their synthetic derivatives, e.g. very good thermodynamic properties. Advantages include low pressure losses in pipelines and heat exchangers, low energy consumption during compression, lower amounts of refrigerant required and good material compatibility.

Unichiller • Minichiller with natural refrigerants
Many applications depend on a reliable source of cooling. Circulating chillers in the Unichiller range offer an ideal solution for environmentally friendly and economical cooling in laboratory and industry. There are over 50 air and water cooled models to choose from, with cooling powers from 0,3 to 50 kW. Efficient energy management in all Huber chillers ensures low operating costs and reduced usage of valuable fresh water. Huber circulating chillers are a resource saving solution with a quick return on investment.

Chiller with Desktop Housing | Unichiller

When compared to conventional tap water cooling chillers offer better rates of efficiency, stable pressure and flow rates, and a constant cooling water temperature. Furthermore these units reduce water consumption, making them an environmentally friendly refrigeration solution with low running costs. Huber Unichillers are ideal for process cooling, back cooling of technical plants or as a centralised cooling water supply in laboratories. Unichillers are designated to be used unsupervised in continual operation or in environmental temperatures up to 40 °C.

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