Precise, Reliable Cooling, Freezing and Thawing Systems
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MéCour designs its Ultra Low Temp systems based solely on your exact work flow requirements. Operating temperatures range from -90°C to + 250°C, and there’s absolutely no need to change out the thermal block units due to temperature changes. Simply manually (or via software) program the desired temperature required for application, including any ramping, cool-down, rapid freezing or thawing procedures you need to conduct.
Our thermal management systems enable you to conduct sample prep at 37°C or higher temperatures and then precisely cool and/or freeze samples to as low as -90°C. Precise management of temperature ramping as tight as 0.1° per minute or hour is realized. Reverse procedures can be performed, thawing the samples at the same precise rate per your specifications.
These systems accommodate any consumable or labware from plates, tubes and reservoirs, to name a few, and will integrate with virtually any automated liquid handler or benchtop applications. MéCour thermal blocks accommodate SBS-compliant consumables and range in plate capacities from 1 to 20; plate style or type (i.e., DWP or reservoirs) in order to meet specific application requirements. Space is always limited, so consider going vertical with a Thermal Tower.
Our thermal tube systems also have a limitless range for tube sizes (mix different tube sizes and capacities to equilibrate all tube samples).
MeCour offers a full range of thermal units that accommodate media/reagent bottles or reservoirs that will support your application. Any of these units can integrate with stir plates or shakers
Significantly improve your end results via highly reproduceable thermal management MéCour systems built to exactly what you need. MéCour technology effectively removes temperature as a concern in assay precision by facilitating assay optimisation, qualification, and validation efforts. Simply provide your specifications, and we will produce a solution to meet your exact needs.
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