Laser chiller

May 1, 1996
A recirculating chiller designed for coding lasers offers a small 18 ¥ 24-in. footprint to conserve floor space. The RC-150 recirculating chiller operates without the use of CFCs. The chiller is compatible with a variety of recirculating fluids including silicone fluid, deionized water, and dielectric fluid. By providing a continuous flow of temperature-controlled liquid, it can replace ta¥water in cooling systems.

Laser chiller

A recirculating chiller designed for coding lasers offers a small 18 ¥ 24-in. footprint to conserve floor space. The RC-150 recirculating chiller operates without the use of CFCs. The chiller is compatible with a variety of recirculating fluids including silicone fluid, deionized water, and dielectric fluid. By providing a continuous flow of temperature-controlled liquid, it can replace ta¥water in cooling systems.

FTS Systems, Stone Ridge, NY

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