Traditional Reliability Packaged for Increased Value

The Thermolator® TW-V Series temperature controller is designed to maintain the process temperatures by circulating cooling tower or chiller water. Internal heaters provide rapid pre-heating of molds and dies.

All models offer incoloy heaters; silicon carbide pump seals; pressure gauges; easy-to-use microprocessor controls and tool-free access panels for fast removal. Process line purge is available as an option.

Clear, accurate, easy to use

Microprocessor controls with adjustable tuning parameters offer uniform temperature control, regardless of external loading.

Energy savings

This new generation of Thermolators is much more efficient. Offering as much as 50% increase in the pump operating envelope, an application that may have previously required a 5 Hp {3.73 kW} pump may now only require a 2 Hp {1.49 kW} pump. PLUS, today’s pumps use less energy than their predecessors. Average yearly operating cost savings of the new Thermolators is $740 per unit. Conair Sales can help determine which Thermolator suits your needs.

Higher-efficiency pumps

More efficient pumps— 36% wire to water to be exact. 3/4 Hp {0.56 kW} or 2 Hp {1.49 kW} pumps are available and feature silicon carbide seals and sediment traps for extended seal life. Cast iron impellers are standard.

TW-P Thermolator gauges
Built-in pressure gauges

Built-in pressure gauges are standard for all Conair TW Series Thermolators

Thermolator incoloy heaters
Incoloy heaters

Minimize chemical and high temperature damage

Thermolator three-piece cast construction
Three-piece cast construction

Eliminates potential leak points

Thermolator sediment trap
Built-in sediment trap

Settles contaminants away from the pump seals

MedLine® compressed air purge valve
Compressed Air Purge Valve

Quickly evacuates fluid from the process circuit, allowing for faster, cleaner disconnection of the temperature controller from molds and hoses.

Stacking Rack

Save floor space by stacking TCUs two-high. The stacking rack can be used only with single-zone models.