Pressurised Water Temperature Control Units


The TT-138 is a rugged TCU designed for pressurised water circuits up to 160ºC in larger applications with mould weights up to 2000kg. 18 & 24kW versions available.

  • Leakstopper – operation in pressure or vacuum mode, to allow continuous production despite leakage from mould or connections (up to 80ºC)
  • Self-optimising microprocessor controller with digital display of set and actual temperature
  • Automatic pressure release
  • Automatic aeration
  • Automatic temperature control – audible alarm sounds when unit deviates outside 5ºC preset (adjustable)
  • Automatic water refill
  • Connection for optional external thermocouple
  • Heating switchable in stages
  • Temperature Range: TT-138N model with water up to 140º C.
    TT-138B/BP model with water up to 160º C.
  • Control: self-optimising microprocessor controller with digital display of set and actual temperatures
  • Heating Capacity: Two models are available: 18 kW switchable in stages 6/12/18 kW 24 kW switchable in stages 6/18/24 kW
  • Cooling Capacity: Direct and Indiredt modes available.
  • Pump Capacity: pressure mode N-pump: max 5.0 bar, max. 110 l/min. B-pump:max 5.0 bar, max. 110 l/min vacuum mode: max 8 mH2O (water column) N-pump: pump with axial seal B-pump: pump with seal less magnetic drive
  • Filling: automatic with water filter Connections: medium: 3/4" female thread cooling water: 1" female thread
  • Dimensions: L 1250 x W 480 x H 1400 mm incl. castors
  • Weight: approx 180 kg
  • Colour: silver grey RAL 7001
Safety Devices
  •     Level control provides auto dry run protection
  •     Separate mechanical safety thermostat
  •     Temperature limiter installed in the controller
  •     Motor protection switch, transformer, insulation
  •     Audible alarm in case of failure
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