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Size does not matter. If an application requires 3 gallons per minute delivered at 20°C, there is no difference in stability whether the source of the water holds 3 gallons or 300 gallons.... (View Full Article)
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Size does matter when choosing a bath circulator for your vessels. Be sure to size the bath based on the size of the vessel and the space needed for circulation. Utilizing the available accessories... (View Full Article)
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Bigger is not better. Good control of the heating and cooling is what makes the temperature of the outgoing fluid stable - not the extra volume of fluid that in bath reservoir.... (View Full Article)
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Taking steps to achieve the best thermal performance by minimizing mass, maximizing heat transfer to your application, and minimizing heat loss to ambient will decrease the time it takes to achieve... (View Full Article)
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I need a specific, controlled rate of heating (i.e. temperature ramp). How do I ensure that my heated bath circulator will be able to control to that temperature rate?... (View Full Article)
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What steps can I take to ensure that my heated bath circulator can actually bring my application to setpoint temperature?... (View Full Article)
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Fog testing is a method to recreate automotive interior out-gassing in a timely, measurable and repeatable way, utilizing various standards including DIN, ISO and SAE.... (View Full Article)
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By nature volatile organic compounds (VOC) easily evaporate from a large variety of natural and manmade materials. The smell you may associate with fresh paint, adhesives or other building materials... (View Full Article)
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As a widely used technique, the separation of one component from a liquid sample is integral to the medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutical, chromatography and petrochemical fields. However, achieving... (View Full Article)
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For decades, cryopreservation has been used for plant cells, unfertilized (oocytes)/fertilized (zygotes) human and animal eggs, and male sperm cells. The cryopreservation process typically involves... (View Full Article)
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A re-circulating chiller is used to supply a steady flow of temperature-controlled fluid to an application. The fluid temperature coming from the chiller could be used to cool, maintain or even... (View Full Article)
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Traditionally, Chillers, i.e. refrigerated temperature control equipment, are viewed as the preferred choice for removing heat from process equipment or for controlling their temperature. Depending... (View Full Article)
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Rotary vane Positive Displacement (PD) pumps may be the most commonly used pumps in re-circulating chillers today. Performance and low cost have made them the favored pumps for a variety of... (View Full Article)
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Liquid temperature control is a critical component in laboratories. Before the advent of chillers, scientists typically used tap water, dry ice and liquid nitrogen for temperature control and to cool... (View Full Article)
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A chiller is basically a temperature-controlled liquid recirculator that removes heat from an instrument using a fluid as the heat transfer medium. In many cases, the instrument must be kept at a... (View Full Article)
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Uninhibited ethylene glycol has been a popular heat transfer fluid choice in chillers for many years because of its initial low cost and excellent freeze and heat protection over a wide temperature... (View Full Article)
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Thermal Computer to Plate (CtP), an imaging technology used in state-of-the-art printing presses, has replaced older Computer to Film (CtF) technology. In order to consistently produce the... (View Full Article)
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Microbiologists, biochemists, and chemical engineers need to cultivate organisms in a highly controlled manner. As such, bioreactors have become integral to the pharmaceutical, food, and chemical... (View Full Article)