Water Temperature Control Units

TT-170

For use with water up to 90ºC, the TT-170 is a compact water temperature control unit for small injection moulds and rollers. It can also be used in laboratory applications.

  • Submersible sealless pump manufactured from bronze.
  • Self-optimizing temperature control unit with digital display of the set and actual temperature.
  • With high precision regulation in 1/10° range; can be adjusted to read °C or °F.
  • Automatic or manual water refill
  • Lime scale free heat exchanger.
  • Long life expectancy due to corrosion free unit.
  • All components in contact with water are made of corrosion resistant stainless steel or bronze
  • Castors
Specifications

Temperature range: with water up to 90°C

Temperature control: self-optimizing, electronic microprocessor controller MP-888 with digital display of the set and actual value. Automatic temperature monitoring.

Heating capacity: 3 kW water operation

Cooling capacity: 30 kW at 90°C – see diagram

Pump capacity: motor 0,27 kW max. 2,8 bar / max. 28 l/min. – see diagra

Content of unit: min. 3,5 litres / max. 5 litres

Connections:
Medium: 3/8” BSP female thread
Cooling water: 3/8” BSP male thread, inlet with water filter 3/8” BSP female thread

Dimensions: Length: 640 mm x Width: 200 mm x Height: 490 mm, incl. castors

Weight: ca. 36 kg empty

Colour: Silver grey RAL 7001

Safety Devices
  • Level control with two different levels: pre-warning with indication lamp and acoustic alarm; the unit continues to operate. If further liquid is missing, the unit stops.
  • Separate mechanical safety thermostat and electronic temperature limiter installed in the controller. - Main switch, automatic cutout, transformer and motor protection switch.
  • All failures are visually indicated.
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