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Circulating Bath enables accelerated beverage aging studies.
Circulating Bath enables accelerated beverage aging studies.
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September 5, 2012 - Designed to replicate temperature fluctuations associated with beverage packaging, transportation, and storage, 75 Liter Refrigerated Circulating Bath features -20 to +100C working temperature range, 0.005C temperature stability, and 1.8 ft reservoir. Programmable touchscreen controller displays temperature to 1/1000th of 1 and allows endless array of thermal cycling options and programs. Communication options include USB A/B, Ethernet, RS232, and addressable RS485.

Refrigerated/Heated Circulating Bath is Ideal for Accelerated Beverage Aging Studies


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PolyScience - Div. Of Preston Industries, Inc.
6600 W. Touhy Ave. (Dept. EP)
Niles, IL, 60714 4588
USA



Press release date: August 31, 2012

Niles, IL - A large capacity circulating bath designed to replicate the temperature fluctuations associated with beverage packaging, transportation, and storage is now available from PolyScience. Ideal for performing accelerated aging studies, the PolyScience 75 Liter Refrigerated Circulating Bath features a -20 to +100C working temperature range, 0.005C temperature stability, and 1.8 cu.ft reservoir. Its Performance Programmable touch-screen temperature controller displays temperature to 1/1000th of a degree and allows an endless array of thermal cycling options and programs.

The 75 Liter Refrigerated Circulator incorporates a wide variety of communication options, including USB A and USB B, Ethernet, RS232, addressable RS485, remote on/off, and external temperature control. Among its many design innovations are a swiveling control head that permits viewing of the temperature display anywhere within a 180 viewing radius, a corrosion and chemical resistant top plate that remains cooler at high temperatures, and PolyScience's patent-pending WhisperCool(TM) environmental control technology that reduces operational noise and energy consumption. The 75 Liter Refrigerated Circulating Bath complies with DIN 12876-1 Class III safety requirements for use with flammable liquids.

For more information, visit www.polyscience.com, email sales@polyscience.com, or contact PolyScience at 1-800-229-7569 (outside the US call 847-647-0611), email sales@polyscience.com, or fax the company at 847-647-1155.
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