Thermoelectric Coolers

Heating and Cooling for Liquid Chromatography Systems

Introduction

High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) is a technique used for analysis of liquid mixtures by separating, identifying, and quantifying their constituent components. Liquid chromatography normally operates with smaller amounts of material and seeks to measure the relative proportions of analytes in a mixture. R&D laboratories in the pharmaceutical, food science and oil industries use these instruments for product development or reverse engineering.




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Precise Thermal Management for Additive Manufacturing

Introduction

Additive manufacturing, better known as 3D printing, is an emerging application that is finding an expanding purpose in the manufacturing process. Once primarily used for quickly making prototype parts, 3D printing is now also used to digitize workflow and manufacture production quality final products. There are many different types of 3D printing methods used to physically create a desired object.




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Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing, also referred to as 3D printing, is an emerging technology enabling the production of stronger and lighter products used in a wide range of applications in medical, industrial and consumer markets. When 3D printing evolved in the 1990s it was only considered to be suitable for prototyping parts. With improved materials, precision and repeatability, the technology is now frequently used in manufacturing of final products and digitization of workflows.

Prototype Thermoelectric Cooler Requirements Form

If you are looking for a custom thermoelectric cooler we will ask you to fill out the specifications in this Prototype Thermoelectric Cooler Requirements form. These specifications, including cooling capacity, size constraints, and available input voltage, are taken into consideration when designing your thermoelectric cooler.




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Thermoelectric Cooler Options

Laird Thermal Systems’ offers solid-state thermoelectric coolers with a wide range of sealing and finishing options for maximum performance in your application. In this brochure you will find all available options for our Thermoelectric coolers. All our products are made with high-grade ceramics and semiconductor materials, resulting in Best-in-Class quality performance solutions.




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Laser Projectors

Compared to traditional lamp projectors, laser projectors provide sharper contrasts, wider color range and longer life expectancy. They also have the ability to project much longer distances, which make laser projectors well suitable for use in cinemas, stadiums and outdoor events. The lasers used in these projector systems can generate heat between 100W and 300W, requiring a thermal management solution to protect sensitive optical components. Both chillers and ambient cooling systems with a thermoelectric cooler can be used to provide temperature stability for laser projectors.

Thermoelectric Cooling for Projection Lasers

Introduction

Laser projectors used for entertainment applications utilize laser modules to generate 4K-resolution images with a robust color palette and up to 75,000 lumens. While commercial laser projector systems quickly have evolved to be more energy-efficient, these systems still require up to 6kW to generate bright, high-resolution images. This is needed to project in cinemas and large venues at stadiums. Consequently, the high-power laser systems generate a significant amount of heat during operation.




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Spot Cooling for Industrial Lasers & Optics

Introduction

With an increasing demand for advanced industrial manufacturing, laser systems have become the most important fabrication tool. While high powered lasers such as CO2 lasers are used for coarse cuts of metals, ultrafast lasers are used for fine cuts and polishing of semiconductor materials. Fiber lasers have the versatility to do both. In today’s consumer electronics, electrification of vehicles and green energy are driving the need for advanced laser machining and additive machining of complex materials.




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