Petite Fleur and Grande Fleur
Working temperatures from -40 to +200°C.
These small Tangos mark the entry level into the world of Unistats
- The compact dimensions and unique thermodynamics make the Petite Fleur and Grande Fleur ideal for precise temperature control of research reactors
- In a direct comparison to other devices in this price class, these systems stand alone when it comes to the highest temperature control speed
- Precise and reproducible temperature control results
- Fastest heating and cooling rates
- Wide temperature ranges with no fluid change
- Pilot ONE controller with 5.7“ touchscreen and comfortable menu navigation
- Precise temperature control
- Efficient circulation pump, adjustable
- 2 x USB (Host and Device), Ethernet and RS232 interfaces
- Efficient operation saves working time and operating costs
- Proven functionality for the process industry
The Petite Fleur is the smallest and entry level Unistat for temperature control applications in the mid range -40°C to 200°C. The unit features the familiar Unistat expansion tank and the large illuminated sight glass.
The new Grande Fleur expands the product offering in the dynamic temperature control range. The compact dimensions and unique thermodynamics mean it is ideally suited for high precision temperature control of research reactors. The Grande Fleur offers all of the great performance and features of the Unistat series, achieving unrivalled heating and cooling rates.
Control and Functionality for all Applications
The Petite Fleur and Grande Fleur have unique thermodynamic properties which result in optimum temperature ramp rates and control efficiency. The powerful variable speed pump combined with the VPC pressure control and the TAC adaptive internal and cascade control ensure the best possible results. Units feature a factory installed ComBox communications interface as standard. The units have two M16 hose connections on the rear.
Ready for action
Where the application is regularly changed, residual water in hoses and reactors can be a problem because the water mixes with the thermal fluid and inhibits the heat transfer process. The Petite Fleur and Grande Fleur’s water separation system allows water to be removed from the thermal fluid during operation.
DIN 12876 requires that cooling powers are measured and quoted at full pump speed. However, reducing the pump speed reduces the heat energy entering the system, which in turn leads to higher cooling powers and lower end temperatures – indeed an extra 30 to 50 Watts can be achieved.
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