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Dynamic temperature control systems with natural refrigerant  |  Unistat • Tango • Grande Fleur • Petite Fleur 

Environmentally-friendly with natural refrigerants
As a pioneer in refrigeration technology we have been using hydrocarbons in our products for many years. Already in the early 1970s, company founder Peter Huber started researching and using natural refrigerants. In the following years, Propane and Propene have been used as a standard refrigerant in many units.

In practice, natural refrigerants have significant advantages over their synthetic derivatives, e.g. very good thermodynamic properties. Advantages include low pressure losses in pipelines and heat exchangers, low energy consumption during compression, lower amounts of refrigerant required and good material compatibility.
 
Unistat • Tango • Grande Fleur • Petite Fleur with natural refrigerants
For more than 30 years, the dynamic thermoregulation of the Unistat range introduced a revolution in fluid temperature control. Unistats are the ideal solution for fast and precise thermal control of externally connected applications. In comparison to other circulators, the Unistats offer rapid temperature change and a wide temperature range without fluid change. There are over 60 models to choose from with cooling powers from 0,7 to 130 kW. What ever the application, Unistats provide professional scale-up offering the same stable process conditions from the development lab to production systems.
  
   
 
Temperiertechnik: Dynamic temperature control systems der Modellreihe Unistat • Tango • Grande Fleur • Petite Fleur

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Order No.
HUBER
Model
Temp.
range
°C
Temp.
stability
°C
Heating
capacity
kW
Cooling
capacity
kW
Pump performance
Pressure  Suction 
l/min  bar  l/min  bar 
Bad-/Füll-
volumen
Liter
Fill
vol.
Litres
Bath opening/
bath depth
WxD / BD mm
Mains
voltage
Eco
 
Dynamic temperature control systems with natural refrigerants Petite Fleur • Grande Fleur  
1041.0001.01   Grande Fleur   -40...200  ±0,01   1,5   0,6 @ 0°C  
47   0,9   --   --  
1,5 -- ext. 230V 1~ 50Hz
 
1041.0007.01   Grande Fleur w   -40...200  ±0,01   1,5   0,6 @ 0°C  
47   0,9   --   --  
1,5 -- ext. 230V 1~ 50Hz
 
1041.0010.01   Grande Fleur w-eo   -40...200  ±0,01   1,5   0,6 @ 0°C  
47   0,9   --   --  
1,5 -- ext. 230V 1~ 50Hz
 
1041.0004.01   Grande Fleur-eo   -40...200  ±0,01   1,5   0,6 @ 0°C  
47   0,9   --   --  
1,5 -- ext. 230V 1~ 50Hz
 
1030.0001.01   Petite Fleur   -40...200  ±0,01   1,5   0,45 @ 0°C  
25   0,9   --   --  
1,5 -- ext. 230V 1~ 50Hz
 
1030.0003.01   Petite Fleur w   -40...200  ±0,01   1,5   0,45 @ 0°C  
25   0,9   --   --  
1,5 -- ext. 230V 1~ 50Hz
 
1030.0004.01   Petite Fleur-eo   -40...200  ±0,01   1,5   0,45 @ 0°C  
25   0,9   --   --  
2 -- ext. 230V 1~ 50Hz
 
Dynamic temperature control systems with natural refrigerants Tango  
1000.0037.01   Unistat Tango   -45...250  ±0,01   3   0,7 @ 0°C  
55   0,9   --   --  
1,5 -- ext. 230V 1~ 50Hz
 
1000.0039.01   Unistat Tango w   -45...250  ±0,01   3   0,7 @ 0°C  
55   0,9   --   --  
1,5 -- ext. 230V 1~ 50Hz
 
1000.0040.01   Unistat Tango wl   -45...250  ±0,01   3   0,7 @ 0°C  
55   0,9   --   --  
1,5 -- ext. 230V 1~ 50Hz
 
Dynamic temperature control systems down to -60°C with natural refrigerants Unistat • Tango  
1002.0045.01   Unistat 405   -45...250  ±0,01   3   1 @ 0°C  
55   0,9   --   --  
1,5 -- ext. 230V 1~ 50Hz
 
1002.0046.01   Unistat 405w   -45...250  ±0,01   3   1,3 @ 0°C  
55   0,9   --   --  
1,5 -- ext. 230V 1~ 50Hz
 
1002.0049.01   Unistat 405wl   -45...250  ±0,01   3   1,3 @ 0°C  
55   0,9   --   --  
1,5 -- ext. 230V 1~ 50Hz
 
1001.0042.01   Unistat 705w   -75...250  ±0,01   1,5 / 3,0   0,65 @ 0°C  
55   0,9   --   --  
1,5 -- ext. 230V 1~ 50Hz*
400V 3~N 50Hz
 
Model description: w=water cooled, P=strong pressure pump, H=heater integrated, EO=external open, T=Tower housing, OLÉ=Basic controller (further options on request)
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