Memmert Temperature Control Appliances with Peltier Technology
Jul 18 2018 Read 648 Times
In modern pharmacology, food analytics, cosmetic research, cell biology, immunology, bioanalytics or biotechnology, experiments and processes must be repeatable and documentable under precisely defined conditions. Memmert constant climate chambers HPP and cooled incubators IPP work with the highest precision and in an energy-efficient manner, as in contrast to compressor technology, energy is only required when the device is heating up or cooling down. The energy consumption in operation is reduced by up to 90% compared to conventional appliances.
Almost without vibrations and extremely quiet, the Peltier technology in Memmert constant climate chambers heats up and cools down seamlessly. Even when fully loaded, excellent stability of temperature and humidity is guaranteed due to the HeatBALANCE function. Thanks to optional light modules for HPP model sizes 110-750, applications such as protein crystallography, germination, plant cultivation or insect and zebra fish breeding are possible under daylight conditions and under a constant climate.
Excellent controllability, extremely small control fluctuations, low-vibration operation and impressive energy savings provide the added value from the application-oriented adaption of the Peltier technology in the Memmert cooled incubator series IPP. Due to the finely adjusted control technology, temperatures reach the set point precisely, thus no temperature overshoots can be a hazard for the chamber load. The working chamber is completely sealed off from the environment, providing a crucial advantage: condensation formation during the cooling down process takes place outside the working chamber, therefore there is a minimal risk of the sample drying out.
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