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Julabo’s PRESTO represents a whole generation of highly dynamic temperature control systems. PRESTO systems are designed for precise temperature control as well as rapid temperature changes, making them ideal for reactor vessels, material strength testing or temperature simulations.

Julabo’s PRESTO represents the state of the art for modern laboratories. These instruments cover an operating temperature range of -92 ° C to + 250 ° C with high cooling and heating capacity. The maximum heating capacity can also be adapted to fluctuations in the power supply. Highly efficient components give these instruments the ability to compensate for exothermic and endothermic reactions at an extraordinary rate. PRESTO units are extremely robust and operate reliably even if the ambient temperature rises to + 40 ° C. The integrated cooling machine and a cooled internal expansion tank absorb changes in volume in the heat exchanger.

PRESTO systems are ideal for quenching reactors

PRESTO systems can be connected to different reactors using the available Julabo tubes. For example the PRESTO A80. With a calorific power of 1.8 kW, the PRESTO A80 is able to heat this 20 liter reactor from 0 ° C to + 50 ° C in less than 90 minutes without being exceeded.

PRESTO is able to cover different applications

Whether your application is low temperatures or the rapid control and compensation of exothermic and endothermic reactions: PRESTO can do it. With a cooling capacity of 1.2 kW (at + 20 ° C) the PRESTO A40 is capable of cooling a 20 l reactor from 0 ° C to -20 ° C in 1h15.

Low temperatures – no problem for PRESTO

What is the lowest temperature that can be reached? This is what we test with our PRESTO devices and reactors from different suppliers. For example, the PRESTO A45 can reach the lowest temperature of -36 ° C even in a large 30 l reactor.

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