Filtrine SMS-2000-230 MRI Medical Chiller

Closed Loop Packaged Chiller for SIEMENS Magnetom Sonata and Magnetom Symphony with Quantum Gradients (45kW option)

SMS-2000-230

This Filtrine chiller recirculates clean coolant at a consistent temperature, pressure and flow rate, ideal to maintain the maximum MRI uptime. It is designed specifically to cool SIEMENS Magnetom Sonata and Magnetom Symphony with Quantum Gradients (45kW option).

Filtrine SMS chillers feature a storage-type cooling tank, with immersion coil evaporator, to provide close temperature control of recirculating coolants. The tank is sealed to prevent coolant evaporation or fouling. The integral pump recirculates the coolant to the medical equipment at the specified pressure and flow rate.

Specifications:

Condenser Models

Available in five standard configurations. A: Self-contained air cooled model should be installed in a well ventilated room. W: Water cooled model may be installed in a nonventilated room but requires a source of condenser cooling water. AR: Remote air cooled model may be installed in a nonventilated area with the condenser mounted outdoors. A-WP: Weather-resistant model would be installed completely outdoors.

“Fail Safe” Options

  • HA – High Ambient: For operation in ambients of 110°F or 120°F (specificy) or altitudes up to 11,483 ft (3500 meters).
  • QCP – Quick Connect Panel: Compact panel installs between chiller and equipment for instantaneous availability of auto switchover to city water (optional), pressure gauges, temperature gauges, flow meter and in-line filter. Panel is complete with all valves, solenoids, bypass and drains installed.
  • LF – Low Flow Interlock: Flow switch lights a warning light if flow rate drops below safe low limit.
  • HT – High Temperature Interlock: Thermostat lights a warning light if coolant temperature rises above safe high limit.
  • AS – Automatic Switchover to City Water: In case of pump or compressor failure, city water switchover solenoids are activated to allow for temporary cooling using city water.