Enjoy more water cooling power for your money with these energy efficient and smartly priced aquarium water chillers. AquaEuro USA Max-Chill Titanium Aquarium Chillers employ a uniquely designed heat exchange system that provides a 25% BTU per watt advantage over other chillers. The result is effective heat removal while minimizing operational costs.
AquaEuro USA Max-Chill Titanium Aquarium Chillers are easy to install and maintain. Simple three-key digital control lets you easily set desired temperature and the unit maintains aquarium water within 2°F of set temperature. AquaEuro Max-Chill Titanium Aquarium Chillers offer a reliable way to maintain stable aquarium water temperature in systems employing metal halide lighting and other equipment that run hot. Great for coral reef aquariums and setups housing inhabitants sensitive to high water temperatures.
Requires appropriately sized Water Pump and Tubing (sold separately).
- Powerful and compact design
- Anti-freezing system protects heat exchanger from freezing
- High BTU (heat removal) rating, heavy-duty condenser effortlessly releases collected heat from water
Automatic power surge shut-off control with last set temperature recall system, returns chiller to last set temperature in case of a power surge or power outage
- Included reusable air filter keeps out dust and debris to ensure efficient and long lasting performance
- Corrosion-resistant titanium heat exchangers ensure dependable performance even around harsh aquarium conditions
- LED display for clear temperature readouts
- Employs safe, ozone-friendly R-134A refrigerant (1 HP model employs R22 refrigerant)
- Operating temperature range of between 39°F and 82°F.
For proper airflow essential for reliable performance, an 8" clearance in front and a 16" clearance in back of the chiller is required. Provide at least 2 feet of clearance (front and back) for the 1HP model.
(Height with fittings on)
||1/2" & 1/2"
|13" x 8-1/2" x 16" high
||1/2" & 1/2"
|16" x 9-1/2" x 18-1/2" high
||3/4" & 3/4"
|17-1/2" x 13" x 20-1/2" high
||3/4" & 3/4"
|18" x 13-1/2" x 21-1/2" high
||1" & 1"
|20-1/2 " x 15" x 23" high
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- The chiller must be operated with a water pump or filtration system.
- Connect external flexible hoses to the Inlet and Outlet. Position the Rubber Gasket and seal ring provided around the flexible hoses. Insert the hoses into the chiller and screw tight to secure in place.
- Install chiller in a dedicated location that has plenty of airflow.
- Quantity of circulating water must be in compliance with technical data or cooling elements will be adversely affected.
- Head height of circulating pump should not exceed 19 feet - leakage and other damage may result.
Before Turning Chiller ON:
- Chiller Water Inlet must be connected to a water pump with a filter or external filter to ensure the intake water is pure. All saltwater must be filtered before entering the chiller or the Evaporator will get dirty and this will affect the performance of the chiller.
- Once all connections are made, circulate water through the chiller for 30 minutes before turning the unit ON. Check all connections for water leakage and/or obstruction. Check pump is operational and unblocked.
- DO NOT run chiller without water.
- Plug the chiller into a dedicated GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) protected 115V (60Hz) electrical outlet. The Power Button will come on and the LED Operating Plate will display the current water temperature.
- Press the "SET" button to adjust to the desired temperature.
- Press the "UP Arrow" to increase the temperature and the "DOWN Arrow" to decrease temperature. The temperature can be set between 39°F and 82°F.
- The chiller begins to operate at a temperature that is 2°F below the actual water temperature. After approximately 2-3 minutes or warm-up (a delayed starting state), the chiller will begin normal operation.
- The green button will illuminate when the chiller is in operation.
- Chiller stops temporarily after the desired "set" temperature is reached. If the water becomes higher than the "set" temperature due to environmental influences, the chiller enters a delayed starting state and then restarts. This allows the chiller to maintain the "set" water temperature.