The DuraChill 6860 Chiller from Polyscience is a 1.5 horsepower, air-cooled turbine pump.

The flow rate of the DuraChill 6860 contributes to its cooling capacity, and it’s a fantastic pump for basic chilling purposes.

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$6,869.00$7,495.00
Min Temp -10C 5*C
Size 13.25L
Voltage 120V 230V
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$6,869.00$7,495.00
Min Temp -10C 5*C
Size 13.25L
Voltage 120V 230V
Clear selection

$6,869.00$7,495.00

$6,869.00$7,495.00

PolyScience 6860 DuraChill

The DuraChill 6860 Chiller from Polyscience is a 1.5 horsepower, air-cooled turbine pump.

The flow rate of the DuraChill 6860 contributes to its cooling capacity, and it’s a fantastic pump for basic chilling purposes.

The high-capacity cooling from this unit makes it perfect for use in multiple applications, including lasers, electron microscopes, and various other laboratory applications.

Features:

  • Flow rate of 3.5 gallons per minute
  • Houses a digital display for both pressure and flow rate
  • Small footprint – saving you valuable room and floor space
  • The reservoir holds 3.5 gallons (or 13.25 liters)
  • One-point temperature calibration capability

Easily adjust the temperature and more.

The working temperature of the DuraChill 6860 ranges from 5° to 35°C, and it has a temperature stability of ±.05°.

The pump allows for easy adjustment of temperature, pressure, or flow rate, all while remaining small enough for almost any lab application.

Comes with a built-in alarm.

The pump has a flow rate alarm which will tell you if there is a problem with the overall flow of the system – a particularly useful feature for troubleshooting.

A laboratory workhorse you can rely on.

We highly recommend this turbine pump for your laboratory. Still not sure if the DuraChill 6860 is the right choice for you? Give our staff a call at the number at the top of your screen, and we’ll help you decide which chillers are right for you and your lab. We’re always standing by to help you get set up the right way the very first time!

Note: Be advised that all air-cooled chillers should have plenty of open space around them in the laboratory area, as they depend on open ambient air cooling for them to function properly.  If the area around the unit is cluttered or surrounded by other heat-producing (or air-constricting) items, the DuraChill’s performance could suffer.

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