CW-3000 9L Industrial Water Chiller Cooling System for 40W CO2 Desktop Laser Engraver Machines

CW-3000 9L Industrial Water Chiller Cooling System for 40W CO2 Desktop Laser Engraver Machines

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• 47 x 27 x 37 cm (19” x 11” x 15”) overall dimensions

• 9.5 kg (20.9 lb) overall weight

• Spacious yet compact 9L tank

• Cool down your machine with ease while taking up little space

• Equipped with inlet and outlet ports made out of premium brass

• Long-term corrosion-free performance

• Compatible with K40 CO2 Laser Engravers (40W)

• Consistent water cooling extends your laser tube’s lifespan

• Model: CW-3000

• Input Power: 220 V / 50Hz

• Max Flow: 10L/min (2.6 gal/min)

• Max Lift: 10 m (32.8 ft)

• Current: 0.9A

• ENERGY-EFFICIENT COOLING: The 10 liter per minute flow rate radiates heat away rather than using refrigeration

• DIGITAL DISPLAY: Constant monitoring with internal sensors, indicator lights, and built-in alarms

• RADIATOR FAN: Reduces heat buildup for effective cooling when you need it most

• TEMPERATURE DISPLAY: Constant updates on the water temperature levels

• OBSERVATION WINDOW: Monitor the water level at a glance

• 1 x Water Chiller Cooling System

• 1 x Power Cord

• 1 x Alarm Signal Output Plug

• 1 x Spare Fuse

• 1 x User Manual

• No need to worry! We include a 1-year warranty on all cooling systems.

• CE Certification

• Radiate the heat away from your laser tube and cool down your machine with ease and reliability! Our industrial cooling systems are known for their consistency, durability, and compatibility with 40W CO2 Laser Engraver machines. Stay cool to protect your laser tube from heat damage! This accessory is essential for full-time engraving professionals and hobbyists who like to work for more than 6 hours a day and those who work in warmer ambient temperatures above 85℉/30℃.