A variety of products is available for controlling the temperature of processes and equipment for improved quality, reliability, and service life. Styles include chillers, heat exchangers, and a thermoelectric bath. Chillers use a refrigerant circuit or peltier element to extract heat from coolant recirculating through your device. Waste heat is then cooled with facility water or fan-blown air. Heat exchangers transfer heat from coolant directly to facility water without an intermediate refrigerant circuit. The thermoelectric bath controls the temperature of a liquid filled tank used for immersing solid components or liquids and gases contained in labware.
Models vary by cooling capacity, temperature range and stability, refrigerant cooling method, and circulating fluid. Suitable applications may be general purpose in lab and factory environments, or sensitive and demanding in high technology sectors such as semiconductor.
Specifications vary by series and model
- Cooling capacities: 140 W to 35 kW
- Temperature setting ranges: -20~90°C
- Temperature stabilities: ±0.01° C, ±0.1° C, ±0.3° C, ±1° C, ±2° C
- Cooling methods: Air or facility water
- Circulating fluids: clear/deionized water, ethylene glycol, fluorinated fluids