Air cooled laser water chiller for 1KW fiber laser cutting equipment

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Ad Details

  • Ad ID: 1407

  • Added: April 20, 2020

  • Location: Pakistan

  • State: Baluchistan

  • City: All

  • Views: 313

Description

Website: https://www.teyuchiller.com
SKYPE: teyuchiller
Email: marketing@teyu.com.cn
Tel: + 86-20-89301885
Fax: + 86-20-84309967

Cooling 1kw fiber laser cutting equipment is quite easy with the help of air cooled laser water chiller CWFL-1000. It is an intelligent laser water chiller whose temperature stability reaches ±0.5℃. Air cooled laser water chiller CWFL-1000 is designed with high & low temperature control systems, cooling the fiber laser source and the cutting head respectively at the same time.

Air cooled laser water chiller CWFL-1000 is manufactured by Guangzhou Teyu Electromechanical Co., Ltd (also known as S&A chiller) which is a China-based industrial water chiller manufacturer with annual sales volume of 70000 units. It is very popular among fiber laser cutting equipment users.

Air cooled laser water chiller CWFL-1000 features:
1. 4200W cooling capacity; optional environmental refrigerant;
2. ±0.5℃ precise temperature control;
3. The intelligent temperature controller has 2 control modes, applicable to different applied occasions; with various setting and display functions;
4. Dual temperature to satisfy different needs of fiber laser device and the optics;
5. Multiple power specifications; CE approval; RoHS approval; REACH approval;
6. Optional heater and water filter.

The warranty for the chiller is 2 years.

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  • immipir75   Said : April 20, 2020 at 11:47 am

    send your phone number

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