Within the insulated double walled heat chamber, beakers of equal size are attached to a rotor at a precise angle, to give maximum circulation, then rotated at various speeds (14 to 70RPM) under Quartz glass infrared emitters to the required temperatures. Cooling is performed by circulating cold water through a heat exchanger and then circulating the air in the heat chamber across the heat exchanger, resulting in blowing cold air on to the beakers. This allows positive cool downs without emission of warm air into the laboratory.
Temperature within the beakers are monitored by a RTD sensor, mounted in one beaker. To ensure proper temperature control, each beaker must have an equal amount of dye liquor. The beaker with the RTD is also used for dying.
The programmable controller controls temperature. The product can be programmed with the user's special dyeing procedures. The user can store up 50 programs with a total of 500 segments. A segment can be either a ramp and target set point, a dwell with a hold time. a dwell with an operator call, or a step for a maximum cool down.
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