New Chiller line from Teco, the Teco Tank

by | May 6, 2014 | Equipment | 0 comments

Chiller Line Teco Tank Teco has just unveiled a new series of chillers; Teco Tank. The new chillers have been completely redesigned, have a highly improved efficiency compared to older models and contain many new interesting features.

A few days ago we were guests at the new Teco factory, which is based in Ravenna, Italy, where the new chillers will been built.

We will meet again Teco at Interzoo, the Nuremberg Trade Fair to be held at the end of May and where the new chillers will be presented to the general public and distributors.

The new models are part of the Tank line, they are 4 models and are very different from the previous chillers series TR/TC. The new chiller line Teco Tank is composed, from the smallest to the largest, by TK 150, TK 500, TK 1000 and TK 2000.

They’re aimed for aquariums between 150 liters (40 US gallons) to 2000 liters (530 US gallons).

new Chiller Line Teco Tank tk 1000The first thing that catches your eye, seeing new chiller line Teco Tank, is the difference in size compared to the old TR/TC , now the chillers are much smaller and developed in height instead of depth. A great addiction!

They are made of aluminum instead of plastic… apple docet?

The heater is now placed inside the chiller, there is no longer the version with or without the heater, a great addiction at the same price.

Different parts of the chiller were subjected to patent, and we ‘ll talk more about this in our next articles.

new Chiller Line Teco Tank tk 150The new chillers line Teco Tank, from TK 500 to TK 2000, have special accessories and constructive solutions that simplify the insertion inside the cabinet, as the upper air conveyor which can be rotated in any direction, the input and output pipes of the water that can be inserted in two different sides of the chiller, an higher efficiency than the model it will replace.

In short we’ll release a complete review of all the technical aspects that we will detect and measure, with the description of the new Teco Body Condenser System and the new Teco Air System. All this and even more in the coming indepth articles.

  • danireef

    Danilo Ronchi, aka DaniReef lives in Italy where he is hydraulic engineer, but starting from his love for reef aquarium and photography, he began to write about marine aquariums from 2006 and now he's published his first book "Marine Aquarium". From 2007 Danilo writes on his blog where publishes articles, pictures, product reviews, aquariums coverage, reportage and history of his tank. Now he's happy to be part of


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