The Aircon Condensor is a high performance condenser and replaces the need for water-cooled condensers in over 95 % of all common chemistry applications. The finned aluminium jacket provides excellent heat transfer. Leading Safety Standards No risk of water leaks and flooding from running water unattended and continuous use Superior Ease of Use Easy to set up, no tubing required more space in your laboratory Reduced Cost of Ownership No water usage economical and resource-friendly solution Aircon minimises risk of flooding in the laboratory aircon requires no running water to operate. Water is a precious resource. It makes little economic or environmental sense to waste thousands of litres just to cool a single condenser. Excellent thermal conductivity High performance air-cooling Chemical-resistant anodised surface How does aircon work? aircon comprises an internal glass condenser and an external, finned aluminium jacket, between which a small amount of water is permanently sealed. The glass condenser design has a greater internal surface area than traditional condensers, increasing heat transfer capacity. The finned jacket fits around the glass condenser, further increasing the external surface area. The result is a super aircon condenser’.
|Part.No.||Joint||Length||Anodised / Polymer|
|55555||B 14 -14||150 mm||Anodised / Polymer|
|55556||B 19 -19||200 mm||Anodised / Polymer|
|55557||B 24 – 24||250 mm||Anodised / Polymer|
|55558||B 29 – 29||300 mm||Anodised / Polymer|
|55559||B 34 – 34||450 mm||Anodised / Polymer|
We produce both standard and customized aircon condensor with variations in dia, length and taper joints.