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CPU Coolers - (154 companies)
Thermoelectric Coolers - (61 companies)...a thermoelectric cooler is used for a job that would be impractical with a compressor-based system. Most thermoelectric coolers use semiconductors, in part because these materials can be optimized for pumping heat, but also because the type of charge... Learn More
Heat Sinks - (375 companies)
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JTAG Technologies Inc.
JT 2149/DAF The JT 2149/DAF has been designed to slot into JTAG Technologies' regular QuadPod transceiver system as used by the renowned DataBlaster series of boundary-scan/JTAG controller hardware. When connected to a circuit board via edge connector or test fixture/jig test pins the module enhances standard digital boundary-scan tests by enabling a series of analog and frequency measurements to be made. Capabilities of the JT 2149/DAF module include 16 dual-purpose digital pins capable... (read more)Browse Test, Inspection, and Measurement Software Datasheets for JTAG Technologies Inc.
Robert J. Fitzmyer Co., Inc.
JT Series Submersible Pumps The JT Series submersible pumps, carried by Robert J. Fitzmyer, are excellent for submerged applications without guide rails. These pumps are designed specifically for solids handling and incorporate several engineering features that prevent jamming and clogging, the two most common problems in pumping fluids containing solids. These models feature a semi-axial flow impellers that have a large free passage that will handle up to 5.5" diameter spherical solids, depending on pump model... (read more)Browse Submersible Pumps Datasheets for Robert J. Fitzmyer Co., Inc.
Armstrong Brands, Inc.
Foam Coolers EPS foam is the perfect insulator. Our line of unsulated boxed (Foam Coolers) can protect your perishables by maintaining an inside temperature that prevents spoilage. In addition, EPS is lightweight, strong, and offers superior cushioning for delicate products. . ___. We manufacture coolers with different lengths, widths, depths, and wall thicknesses, to accommodate the variable needs of our customers. Armstrong Brands is always adding new cooler sizes to its line... (read more)Browse Protective Packaging Datasheets for Armstrong Brands, Inc.
Schneider Electric IT
Fluid Coolers System matched to maximize the availability of Row and Room cooling products. APC fluid coolers support Row and Room cooling products, including support of economizers, to provide a complete solution for small to medium data centers. These products offer the flexibility to support a wide range of applications. Features & Benefits. Availability. Direct drive motors - Stress on bearings is nearly eliminated, increasing useful life. Allows integral fan/motor assembly to be factory balanced... (read more)
Carrier Vibrating Equipment, Inc.
Sand Coolers Carrier vibrating fluid bed sand coolers are designed to cool hot return sand to temperature and moisture levels ideal for mulling. Three-Stage System. 1. Water Addition. 2. Mixing. 3. Cooling in Fluid Bed. Evaporative cooling process provides maximum thermal efficiency. Fluidization with vibration mixes and turns the sand bed, eliminating hot spots. Because the sand moisture is evaporated while cooling, the cool sand is consistent in temperature and moisture. Air volume controls regulate... (read more)Browse Process Dryers Datasheets for Carrier Vibrating Equipment, Inc.
DBK USA, Inc.
Thermoelectric Coolers DBK's thermoelectric cooling modules provide compact cooling. The standard Air to Air cooling range, known as "Stratus" features models with cooling powers from 40W to 180W. These units are flexible and easily modified. The versatility of DBK's cooling modules allow for easy integration into existing equipment. For special applications that require extensive modifications, including liquid to air, liquid to liquid and direct cooling, please contact us. DBK prides itself in its ability to provide... (read more)Browse Thermoelectric Coolers Datasheets for DBK USA, Inc.
Cannon Water Technology Inc.
Water Treatment in Evaporative Coolers A Northern California warehouse was having problems preventing equipment failures and scale in nine industrial evaporative coolers and swamp coolers. They had limited maintenance staff and wanted a simple and safe way to control scale, corrosion and biological fouling. The evaporative coolers were located on the roof of several buildings making delivery of liquid chemicals difficult and hazardous. They did not want to install elaborate and expensive feed equipment. The solution... (read more)Browse Wastewater Treatment Equipment Datasheets for Cannon Water Technology Inc.
Armstrong Brands, Inc.
Custom Fabricated Foam Coolers Armstrong has just the one you need!. Our line of foam insulated shippers is stocked with quality custom fabricated foam coolers, insulated containers, Styrofoam boxes, molded foam materials and many other foam packaging and shipping materials. You can be rest-assured that the insulated shipping foam forms manufactured by Armstrong Brands are sturdy, lightweight and highly insulated. If you are not happy, we are not happy. That's why our foam shipping containers are designed for easy handling... (read more)
Thermax Inc. - MA
Cryo-Coil Vaporizers & Coolers Style Vaporizers and Cryogenic Fluid Coolers offer high performance cryogenic heat exchanger configurations. Stainless Steel Vortex Flow ™ Vaporizer coils are fitted into a carbon or S.S. shell in such a way as to provide TRUE counter current flow with controlled high velocity of both fluids. The Thermax Vortex Flow tube coils control the vaporization process, overcome film boiling and provide surge protection. The external transverse fluid flow across each tube coil adds to performance... (read more)Browse Vaporizers Datasheets for Thermax Inc. - MA
Noren Products, Inc.
HyTec Oil Cooler™ Introduced in 1995 and now installed throughout Continental US and Hawaii, HyTec Oil Coolers TM are 100% successful, meeting and exceeding all projected cooling predictions. HyTec Oil CoolersTM are used in systems made by every major hydraulic elevator manufacturer. Noren HyTec Oil CoolersTM have been installed in systems in parking garages, hotels, office buildings, casinos, department stores, government building, shopping malls, medical buildings, universities and a variety of other locations... (read more)
Engineering Web Search: Joule-Thomson (J-T) Cooler
Thermoelectric effect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Peltier?Seebeck and Thomson effects are thermodynamically reversible,[1 whereas Joule heating is not.
Second law of thermodynamics - Wikipedia, the free...
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Characterization of porous sinter materials as Joule???Thomson...
Characterization of porous sinter materials as Joule???Thomson restrictors for the Planck sorption cooler
Experimental investigation on mixed refrigerant...
Title: Experimental investigation on mixed refrigerant Joule???Thomson cryocooler with flammable and non-flammable refrigerant mixtures Authors: N.S.
A Joule-Thomson cooling system with a Si/glass heat exchanger...
A Joule-Thomson cooling system with a Si/glass heat exchanger for 0.1–1 w heat loads
Design, fabrication, and assembly of a hollow-core fiber-based...
micro cryogenic cooler Publisher Name: IEEE Meeting Location: Denver, CO Item Abstract: One of the smallest Joule Thomson (J-T) micro cryogenic
Eighth International Symposium on Space Terahertz Technology....
4 K joule-Thomson Cooler We built a small J-T cooler which has a nominal cooling capacity of 30 mW at 4.5 K . Its major components are a helium gas
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Joule-Thomson (J-T) devices have been identified as critical components for .... instruments including thermocouples, pressure transducers, and
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