Advanced Peltier Technology for High Performance and Energy Efficiency
Dec 15 2020
The new Memmert constant climate chamber HPPeco and the cooled incubator IPPeco work with a level of efficiency that has never been achieved before. In terms of energy consumption, they leave both compressor-cooled devices and devices with previous Peltier technology far behind. With a maximum interior volume of 2140 litres, the new products are also suitable for use in large laboratories.
With the introduction of the Peltier cooled incubator IPP in 2000, Memmert was the first manufacturer worldwide to prove that the energy-saving Peltier technology can also be used for heating and cooling high-performance temperature control devices. Now the southern German laboratory equipment manufacturer has given its two Peltier flagship products an extensive facelift. Thanks to perfectly coordinated systems, the constant climate chamber HPPeco and the Peltier cooled incubator IPPeco achieve new top values â€‹â€‹in energy efficiency. “With this, we have now finally put the issue of low efficiency of Peltier elements to rest,” explained Philipp Schwarm, Managing Director and Head of Development at Memmert. Internal measurements show that the energy consumption of both new Peltier appliances remains far below that of standard appliances on the market at every climate point according to ICH-Guideline Q1A and at every set temperature.
The fine-tuning of the design and control also optimised the reliability of the two Peltier devices. The extremely homogeneous and stable temperature distribution guarantees reproducible results over a long period of time. In addition, the IPPeco cooled incubator contributes to a more efficient daily laboratory routine with extremely short times for recovery after opening the door, as well as for heating and cooling.
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