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LAUDA Heat Transfer Systems

Universal systems up to 400 °C

Heat transfer systems use either thermal oil, water or water/glycol as the heat transfer fluid depending on the outflow temperature. They are electrically heated and produce a controlled liquid flow. Heating and cooling systems from the line of heat transfer systems always consist of the electrical heating module and maximum one additional heat exchanger module (cooler). In this design or also in combination with a process cooling system, a heating and cooling system is produced with an extended working temperature range.


Application examples

  • Temperature control of stirrer tanks
  • Temperature control of reactors in chemistry, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology
  • Environmental simulation, automotive and solar technology
  • Use in materials testing, research and production
  • Temperature control of heat exchangers and evaporators


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  The ITH advantages Your benefits
  • Digital temperature controller
  • Control of the outflow temperature or the consumer/product temperature
  • Temperature program/ramp mode
  • External setpoint adjustment via Profibus, Modbus or other interfaces
  • Preselection of heating and cooling times
  • Control accuracy ±0.1 °C

  • Continuously controlled stainless steel electric heater as a flange version
  • Low film temperatures
  • Low surface loading
  • Long service life of thermal oil and heating elements
  • Low pressure loss
  • Heating power is adapted to actual energy requirement

  • Water, brine or air-cooled plate heat exchanger in stainless steel or shell and tube heat exchanger in flange version
  • Hermetic version without seals
  • Automatic shut-off valve on cooling water inlet
  • Return temperature limit on cooling water

  • Easy heat exchanger replacement
  • Oils and water are not mixed
  • Contamination of heat exchanger avoided
  • Corrosion and calcification avoided
  • Three-way control valve with bellows and actuator in flange version
  • Stepless temperature control
  • Limitation of the cooling mediums’ return temperatures
  • Stabilization of minimal cooling powers
  • Due to bypass operation, no steam hammering in heat exchanger
  • Gentle cooling
  • No thermostatic changeover in the heat exchanger on switching from cooling to heatingvon Kühlen auf Heizen
  • Complete system test in LAUDA Test Bed before shipment; system with CE label
  • Functional testing of all components and checking of all set values
  • Pressure/leakage test with the heat transfer fluid
  • Test of control cabinet and control accuracy
  • Production of a test protocol; documentation of the tests carried out
  • FAT (Factory Acceptance Test) in presence of customer
  • Hot and cold runs with the heat carrier at maximum and minimum operating temperatures
  • Systems quickly ready for operation, short commissioning times
  • Avoidance or prevention of leakage
  • Verification of control accuracy and high-precision processes
  • Systems designed to customer requirements, initial instruction and trial run already before shipment

Series ITH Heat transfer systems

Electrically heated thermal oil systems are preferably used when a consumer is to be heated or temperature controlled at high operating temperatures and low pressures. These systems are simple and quick to install and need only a slight amount of maintenance. If they are also equipped with a heat exchanger (cooler), a ready-to-use heating and cooling system is produced. Thermal oil is the ideal heat transfer fluid in the high temperature range. Due to the large operating temperature range, the systems are very flexible in use. There is no corrosion hazard or risk of freezing, thus simplifying siting outdoors.






Series ITHW Heat transfer systems

Electrically heated temperature control systems with water as heat transfer fluid are preferably used when a consumer is to be heated or temperature controlled at medium operating temperatures and high heat transfer values. These systems are simple and quick to install and need only a slight amount of maintenance. Equipped with a cooler, a ready-to-use heating and cooling system is produced. Water is the ideal heat transfer fluid in the medium temperature range. Water is economical, non-toxic, non-combustible and has very high thermal transfer values. This means that the areas for thermal transfer can be kept small. However, the risk of freezing, corrosion and the high vapor pressure (already 15 bar at 200 °C) must be considered during project engineering. Often additives such as glycol are used which also acts as a corrosion protection agent.

Series ITH (all systems can also be supplied with explosion protection.)

Technical features ITH 150 ITH 250 ITH 350 ITH 400 ITH 600
Heat transfer fluid Thermal oil
Working temperature max. °C 400 400 400 400 400
Feed pump pressure capacity max. m3/h 2 4 10 30 80
Heater Power max. kW 6 12 50 100 500
Cooling   Water, brine or air-cooled heat exchanger
Dimensions Wx D x H min. mm 500x800x1000 500x1000x1200 500x1000x1500 600x1500x1500 1000x1500x1900
Dimensions Wx D x H max.* mm 600x1500x1500 1000x1500x1900 1300x1900x2000

* For versions with more powerful modules


Series ITHW (all systems can also be supplied with explosion protection.)

Technical features ITHW 150 ITHW 250 ITHW 350 ITHW 400 ITHW 600
Heat transfer fluid Water, water/glycol
Working temperature max. °C 200 200 200 200 200
Feed pump pressure capacity max. m3/h 2 4 10 30 80
Heater Power max. kW 12 24 50 100 500
Cooling   Water, brine or air-cooled heat exchanger
Dimensions Wx D x H min. mm 400x800x1000 500x1000x1500 500x1000x1500 600x1500x1500 1000x1500x1900
Dimensions Wx D x H max.* mm 600x1500x1500 1000x1500x1900 1300x1900x2000

* For versions with more powerful modules