Nextreme™ Series, Recirculating Chillers

Nextreme™ VRC2400 User Manual

The Nextreme™ Value Chiller is a refrigeration-based chiller designed for precise and reliable temperature control of equipment. It can be used in several user applications such as medical, analytical instrumentation, industrial and semiconductor. This family of chillers offer different configurable options for pumps selection, coolant flow control, supply pressure monitoring and filtering. This chiller also uses a semi-closed system for low coolant maintenance. 




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Semi-Therm Presentation


Plan to attend the 38th Annual SEMI-THERM session: Evaluation of Cooling Capacity of Refrigeration System with Limited Charge of R-290, presented by Sang Muk Kwark, Staff Scientist at Laird Thermal Systems.

Date: Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Time: 9:10-10:10 AM

Duration: 1 hour

Track 4: Two-Phase Cooling - Session Chair: Felipe Valenzuela

Sang Muk Kwark, Laird Thermal Systems





Laird Thermal Systems’ new chiller ensures quality resolution for digital microscopes


The advanced design of Laird Thermal Systems’ new thermoelectric-based Nextreme NRC400 Performance Chiller provides a reliable cooling solution for digital light microscope applications. This next generation recirculating chiller achieves 400 W of cooling capacity and a temperature control stability to within ±0.05° C under steady-state conditions to ensure high resolution images and long-life operation with zero global warming potential.





OEM Perspectives: Nextreme™ Value Chiller for Mass Spectrometry






Mass Spectrometers generate large amounts of heat during operation that must be quickly dissipated. The Nextreme™ Value Chiller offers high reliability, precise temperature control, low maintenance features at a low cost for mass spectrometry OEMs.



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OEM Perspectives: Recirculating Chillers for Industrial Lasers

Introduction

Industrial lasers are used for a wide range of applications including cutting, welding, micro-machining, additive manufacturing and drilling. No matter the application, industrial laser systems generate a significant amount of heat. There are several different types of industrial laser technologies, ultimately distinguished by the power density of the laser and its use. For all laser technologies, OEMs seek advanced cooling of the power source and the laser optics.




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OEM Perspectives: Thermal Management of Electron Microscopes

Introduction

Electron microscopes are powerful laboratory tools used to observe samples across many scientific disciplines. These advanced analytical instruments enable researchers to qualitatively and quantitatively analyze samples in fields like metallography, metrology, anthropology, zoology, epidemiology and more. Temperature control plays a dynamic role in ensuring the proper operation of electron microscopes.




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OEM Perspectives: Value Chiller provides Economical, Reliable Cooling for Mass Spectrometry

Introduction

Mass spectrometers measure the mass-to-charge ratio of molecules in a given sample. The technology helps forensic scientists and medical professionals, among others, identify a complex substance’s elements for applications in drug testing, food contamination detection, pesticide residue analysis, isotope ratio determination, protein identification and carbon dating. In medical labs, the equipment can diagnose nutritional and metabolism deficiencies, identify biomarkers and enzymes, and determine toxic levels of dangerous substances.




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