Product Announcement from Quantachrome Instruments
Many analytical instruments require thermostatting. This is normally achieved by using refrigerated/heated circulator baths. While these perform very well and have quite wide temperature range capabilities, they are often too large, too power hungry, and simply too much for smaller thermostatting jobs. In contrast, the thermoelectric device uses peltier devices to both cool and heat the circulating fluid contained in a closed bath; this means very low evaporation of the fluid, and fast response times.
The new accessory is also the ideal partner for Quantachrome's gas pycnometer, the Ultrapyc-T 1200e, a density analyzer equipped with built-in circulation coils with an external port for connection to a circulator-style thermostat. The peltier does away with having separate heating and cooling elements and the associated refrigerant compressor, and so the new circulator is better matched in size and thermal specifications to the pycnometer. The thermoelectric thermostat accessory has a universal voltage input which means no special configuring is necessary whether used domestically or internationally.
The thermoelectric device can cool down to -5degC, and heat up to 65degC. It is supplied with the necessary connectors and hoses. Operating voltage range: 90 - 240V. p/n 02125-TE-1