Temperature Control Unit | Oil Circulating | Heating and Cooling
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This model has been placed in Legacy Status and is no longer in production. The equivalent model is the SR-.
The Hot Oil temperature control units are designed to control the temperature of your process by circulating a high temperature heat transfer fluid through the process.
This temperature control unit can be used in a wide range of industrial processes including; plastics, rubber, die casting as well as many other manufacturing processes that require a process fluid temperature range between 100˚F - 500°F.
A high flow pump circulates the fluid at the appropriate temperature to maintain a precise fluid and process temperature.
Depending on whether the process needs to be heated or cooled the circulated fluid is either heated by the electric heater or cooled indirectly via the available water
to oil heat exchanger.
These units are designed with the highest quality components and can be customized to meet your specific requirements.
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Model: RK-1250HC (1)
kW : 12
HP : 2
GPM : 50
PSI : 28
Unit : 3 gal
Expansion : 2 gal
Maximum : 13 gal
Capacity : 3.6 sq.ft.
Full Load Amperage(5)(6)
230/3/60 : 38.0
460/3/60 : 19.5
575/3/60 : 15.6
Type : G500 Series
Temperature Range : 100°F - 500°F
To Process : 1"
From Process : 1"
Water Supply : 1/2"
Drain : 1/2"
Height : 44"
Width : 16"
Depth : 24"
Shipping : 300 lbs
Since product innovation and improvement is our constant goal, all features and specifications are subject to change without notice or liability. Selection of certain optional features may change listed specifications.
Derate heater output by 25% for 208/3/60 operation.
Maximum Total System @ 15% expansion = unit volume plus piping and prodcess volumes. Typical fluid expansion rates:
a. Paratherm OR : 4.00% per 100°F
b. Paratherm NF : 3.04% per 100°F
c. Multitherm PG-1 : 3.10% per 100°F
d. Calflo FG : 5.62 per 100°F
Do not use Mobiltherm 603.
Full load amps are higher than run load amps and must be used for sizing disconnects and supply wiring. Not for construction. Consult factory for power requirements of unit as configured and on selected options.