Liquid Cooling

WL5000

The WL5000 is a re-circulating liquid to air heat exchanger that offers dependable, compact performance by removing large amounts of heat from a liquid circuit. The coolant is re-circulated using a high-pressure pump to assure maximum flow rate. Heat from coolant is absorbed by a radiant heat exchanger and dissipated into the ambient environment using brand name fan. Manual adjustments can be made to control flow switch. Customized features are available, however, MOQ applies.


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WL3000

The WL3000 is a re-circulating liquid to air heat exchanger that offers dependable, compact performance by removing large amounts of heat from a liquid circuit. The coolant is re-circulated using a high pressure pump to assure maximum flow rate. Heat from coolant is absorbed by a radiant heat exchanger and dissipated into the ambient environment using brand name fan. Manual adjustments can be made to control flow switch. Customized features are available, however, MOQ applies.


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WL2000

The WL2000 is a re-circulating liquid to air heat exchanger that offers dependable, compact performance by removing large amounts of heat from a liquid circuit. The coolant is re-circulated using a high pressure pump to assure maximum flow rate. Heat from coolant is absorbed by a radiant heat exchanger and dissipated into the ambient environment using brand name fan. Manual adjustments can be made to control flow switch. Customized features are available, however, MOQ applies.


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WL1500

The WL1500 is a re-circulating liquid to air heat exchanger that offers dependable, compact performance by removing large amounts of heat from a liquid circuit. The coolant is re-circulated using a high pressure pump to assure maximum flow rate. Heat from coolant is absorbed by a radiant heat exchanger and dissipated into the ambient environment using brand name fan. Manual adjustments can be made to control flow switch. Customized features are available, however, MOQ applies.


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WL1000

The WL1000 is a re-circulating liquid to air heat exchanger that offers dependable, compact performance by removing large amounts of heat from a liquid circuit. The coolant is re-circulated using a high-pressure pump to assure maximum flow rate. Heat from coolant is absorbed by a radiant heat exchanger and dissipated into the ambient environment using brand name fan. Manual adjustments can be made to control flow switch. Customized features are available, however, MOQ applies.


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WL500

The WL500 is a re-circulating liquid to air heat exchanger that offers dependable, compact performance by removing large amounts of heat from a liquid circuit. The coolant is re-circulated using a high pressure pump to assure maximum flow rate. Heat from coolant is absorbed by a radiant heat exchanger and dissipated into the ambient environment using brand name fan. Manual adjustments can be made to control flow switch. Customized features are available, however, MOQ applies.


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Analytical

Used in laboratory environments, analytical instrumentation equipment is designed to increase functionality while reducing size to free up precious lab space. Packing more electronics into a tighter footprint increases the heat flux, which leads to thermal challenges. Waste heat must be efficiently managed to meet conflicting requirements of increased performance with reduced power consumption and quieter operation all in a compact design.

WL3000 User Manual

The WL3000 cooling unit is intended to remove heat from a liquid circuit. The coolant can be either water or a mixture of water and water-glycol (antifreeze). Water circulates in a closed loop between the ambient cooling system and a cold plate at the heat source. Heat is removed from water by an air-cooled heat exchanger. The capacity of the cooling unit is dependent on the temperature differential, which is defined as the difference between the ambient temperature and the water outlet temperature. 

 




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WL2000 User Manual

The WL2000 cooling unit is intended to remove heat from a liquid circuit. The coolant can be either water or a mixture of water and water-glycol (antifreeze). Water circulates in a closed loop between the ambient cooling system and a cold plate at the heat source. Heat is removed from water by an air-cooled heat exchanger. The capacity of the cooling unit is dependent on the temperature differential, which is defined as the difference between the ambient temperature and the water outlet temperature.




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