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Temperature control and cooling units

Temperature control means bringing a medium to a certain temperature and keeping it there. The process goes in both directions, cooling and heating. Some manufacturers have specialized in cooling, some in heating. However, the trend today is towards building combination units that can be used for both cooling and heating. For example, in the case of temperature control of injection molding tools, the mold is first heated; the plastic is introduced into the mold, and then the process is put in reverse. In other words, the mold is cooled down.

The number of manufacturers offering these kinds of devices has been growing strongly for several years with many new small- to medium-sized companies coming into being. This is because the technical processes in many industries are changing so that an additional cooling step is necessary.

The cooling capacity of the units ranges from a few kW up to several hundred kW. That explains why so many different pump models (in terms of rated power) are required.
Immersion pumps for highly contaminated fluids
Designation

Qmax 

[l/min]

Hmax

[m]

TypePDF
PR304Centrifugal pump1-6011-EN
PRA12032Centrifugal pump1-6001-EN
HCT12032Centrifugal pump1-6004-EN

Immersion pumps for slightly contaminated fluids
Designation

Qmax 

[l/min]

Hmax 

[m]

TypePDF
PRG6032Centrifugal pump1-6007-EN
PRK17533Centrifugal pump1-6067-EN
PSR180255Centrifugal pump1-6065-EN
PXA500250Centrifugal pump1-6062-EN