Laird Thermal Systems
WL Series WW3001
MFG Part Number: 1104.00
WL Series Liquid Cooling System
The WW3001 uses facility water as a hot side heat dissipation mechanism, which increases the cooling capacity while maintaining form factor. The WW Series system is designed to operate using water as coolant.
Features
  • Cooling to ambient
  • High heat pumping capacity
  • Compact form factor
  • Long life operation




Laird Thermal Systems
WL Series WW3001
MFG Part Number: 1104.00
Technical Specifications
Performance
Nominal Cooling Capacity
3,000 Watts
Nominal Operating Flowrate (60 Hz)
5.4 L/min @ 4.0 Bar
Nominal Operating Flowrate (50 Hz)
5.4 L/min @ 4.0 Bar
Operation
Coolant
Water
Operating Temperature
0°C to 40°C
Storage temperature range (w/o coolant)
-20°C to 70°C
Humidity range
10% to 90%
Storage Humidity range
5% to 95%, non-condensing
Input Voltage
230 VAC
Frequency
50/60 Hz
Current
< 1.8 Amps
Noise
< 47 dB(A)
Flow Switch Open
≤ 4 L/min
Maximum Forward Pressure
6 Bar
Physical
Height
400 mm
Length
450 mm
Width
270 mm
Weight
24 kg
Coolant Capacity
8.5 Liters
Couplings
Press Fit (9 mm ID hose)

Laird Thermal Systems
WL Series WW3001
MFG Part Number: 1104.00




Any information furnished by Laird and its agents, whether in specifications, data sheets, product catalogues or otherwise, is believed to be (but is not warranted as being) accurate and reliable, is provided for information only and does not form part of any contract with Laird. All specifications are subject to change without notice. Laird assumes no responsibility and disclaims all liability for losses or damages resulting from use of or reliance on this information. All Laird products are sold subject to the Laird Terms and Conditions of sale (including Laird’s limited warranty) in effect from time to time, a copy of which will be furnished upon request.

© Copyright 2019-2021 Laird Thermal Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Laird™, the Laird Ring Logo, and Laird Thermal Systems™ are trademarks or registered trademarks of Laird Limited or its subsidiaries.

Date: 12/01/2021