Polyscience SD7LR-20 Refrigerated Bath

Condition: New Brand new item from stock or on order from manufacturer
Stock #:
Available In Stock (request a quote)
Dimensions (approx.):
6"W x 5.5"L x 5"deep (inside)
23"W x 16"D x 16"H (outside)
Specify: 115 or 220 Volts,
Product Description
This Polyscience SD7LR-20 bath includes the SD controller which offers PC control. REQUEST QUOTE ON OTHER SIZES AND CONFIGURATIONS.

The less expensive MX is an economical choice which does not have PC control capability. (request a quote).
The AP Series Controller offers full color touch-screen interface and is standalone programmable or offers PC control with Rheocalc software (request a quote).

This bath features a low profile (also available with a taller profile - 21.3 x 8.7 x 24.3"H) and accommodates one 600 mL beaker. Provides stand-alone operation with no tap water required and easy control of set-point.

Programmable with PC control using Rheocalc Software
2 speed pump
Quick scroll to set temperature in standalone mode
temperature range: -20 to +170°C
Maximum temperature up to 170°C (to 200°C with AP controller)
Flow Rate: 11LPM

Features & Benefits:
Provides standalone operation - no tap water required
Easy control of set-point
Configured to measure viscosity directly in the bath - accommodates 600 mL beaker
Programmable Controller version is designed to automate sample temperature control
Built-in circulator pumps to external devices

***can be used with Brookfield water jacketed devices: Wells-Brookfield Cone/Plate Viscometer, R/S-CC and R/S-CPS Rheometers and Small Sample Adapter, Ultra-Low Adapter and DIN Adapter.
The following link provides additional information from the instruction manual or original manufacturer's brochure. Right-click to open the PDF in a new window or download it:
Polyscience SD7LR-20 Refrigerated Bath
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