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Ultra-Low Deep Freezer – Touch Screen

PWBD 235 Prima

Ultra-Low Deep Freezer (Prima Series) is designed to generate ultra-low temperature inside the chamber for evaluation the properties of the test specimen under low temperature. It assesses the actual working life of the material by simulating the conditions the product may face and check the amount or duration of the freezing experience it can take without compromising its quality standards.

The chambers are equipped with CFC free refrigerants and air-cooled compressors. It is widely used in rubber and plastic industries to conduct conditioning procedures as well. The Ultra-Low deep freezers come with washable condenser filters and aerodynamically shaped fan for maintaining uniform cooling throughout the testing duration.

The newly designed model offers an advanced user experience with HMI based touchscreen display. Live test data can be recorded and observed on the screen during the running test. High-grade PUF insulation provided with the chamber to reduce heat transfer to the inside or outside environment. The test records can be taken in soft copy using the USB portal installed in the chamber.



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    • Dimensions: Internal – 455 x 455 x 455 mm, External – 670 x 740 x 1700 mm
    • Capacity: 95 litres
    • Display: HMI based touchscreen display
    • Accuracy: ± 2°C
    • Least Count/Resolution: 0.1°C
    • Power 15A, 220V, Single phase, 50 Hz
    • Temperature range (as per requirement): -40°C

    • The model is available in Prima Series with HMI based touchscreen display
    • Temperature control conducted through PT-100 sensor
    • Highly accurate test results under uniform cooling temperatures in the chamber
    • High grade imported PUF insulation
    • Maximum thermal efficiency by insulation means
    • USB port to data record






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