ZM6108 Domestic Refrigeration Trainer Didactic Equipment

ZM6108 Domestic Refrigeration Trainer Didactic Equipment. Jinan Should Shine Import And Export Co., Ltd. is company specialized in manufacture and trading Fluid Lab Equipment, Thermal Lab Equipment, Vocational Training Equipment,Didactic Equipment,Engineering Educational Equipment,Technical Teaching Equipment,for university,college,technical institution, polytechnics.Should Shine products has been exported to America,Asia,Europe,Africa, Australia.

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ZM6108 Domestic Refrigeration Trainer Didactic Equipment

I.Product overview
This trainer is designed to study domestic refrigeration compression circulation. To study and analyze domestic refrigerating thermo-motive circulation, i.e. refrigeration effect under environment lack of heat exchange, natural condensation and evaporation. All parameters can be read by computer.

II. Product feature
The training bench takes aluminum frame structure, it is concise and fastness, it is not only to lighten the equipment, but also ensure the strength of equipment, it is equipped with 4 universal casters on its bottom, which is easy to move.
The refrigeration circulation pipeline is laid on installation panel, it is painted with different colors on high and low temperature area, which is easy for observation and distinguish.
The equipment is fitted with good safety protection system. Compressor is with start protector. It is equipped with high-low pressure protection switch in refrigerating cycle, when system pressure is abnormal, the compressor can stop work immediately to protect compressor and system. It is equipped with earth leakage circuit breaker, emergency stop and reliable ground protection in electrical circuit, which is to ensure safety of equipment and personal.

III. Technical data
(1) Input power: 220V±10%, 50Hz
(2) Overall dimension: 1400mm×800mm×1800mm
(3) Weight: 80kg
(4) Operating condition: environment temperature 10℃~30℃, relative humidity <75% (25℃)

Supplied with:
General Refrigeration Manual
Experimental handbook

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