Thermal Management for Mass Spec LC/GC
May 24 2021
Do you require greater thermal management options to properly sustain your samples throughout the entire work flow process? Do you need the temperature that best suits your particular sample preparation requirements? MéCour offers design specific thermal solutions for virtually all of the "standard" options available that integrate with CTC PAL instruments including, Hotels, tubes, vials, plates and valves. Create a thermal management system that fully integrates with your existing or future PAL system. Operating temperature range is -80°C to +250° with a +/-0.1°C consistent tolerance with highly reproduceable results for any of the MéCour products you choose to support your application.
Thermal Hotels provide between 4 to 6 thermal nests as contained within this unit for short- or long-term incubation or storage requirements. The Hotel will accommodate plates, vials and small tubes.
A wide range of thermal units accommodate vials, tubes, plates, etc., or additional MéCour units control sample temperatures for the valves and tubes. Any of these units will integrate with the PAL cross rail or can be designed to stand alone for benchtop work.
All MéCour thermal units provide both heating and cooling within the same block. Simply adjust or pre-program system to produce the temperatures you demand throughput work flow without changing anything else. If you need to sustain samples below 4°C down to -80°C, MéCour integrates the MDAS unit to provide a constant blanket of dry air to the interior of the thermal unit to control and eliminate condensation.
Contact MéCour to discuss how we can improve your end results through constant reliable thermal controls that will maintain and manage your samples and work flow process to your specifications. Eliminate the concerns you deal with due to erratic and unreliable end results that waste valuable product and work time.
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