Making a comparison based on cost, temperature range and cooling/heating power when making a decision on the most suitable temperature control unit can lead to overspending and disappointment. The technical data tables give interesting data in accordance with DIN12876 but they are only of academic value. The conditions under which the cooling & heating power, pump specifications, stability etc. do not reflect at all “real life” conditions or provide any indication of how the unit will perform on an application. What is being bought is Temperature Control. Temperature control depends on the efficiencies of the transfer of thermal energy and this is not reflected at all in the technical data. Case Studies provide traceable empirical data on actual applications. You will be surprised at how efficient power transfer results in a less powerful (so less cost, smaller and lower power consumption) unit being needed to control the temperature of your application.
- Grande Fleur controlling a PREMEX SOLUTIONS pressure reactor
- CHEOPS-Satellit wird mit Unistaten getestet