Laird Thermal System's Thermal Wizard for Liquid Cooling Applications training includes instructions for Specification & Selection Tool and Liquid Cooling Calculator.
Laird Thermal Systems’ product training module for the Nextreme Series of Recirculating Chillers introduces the features of this product line and the technology behind recirculating chillers. You will also learn how the Thermal Wizard can be used to find the optimal solution for your application.
Electron microscopes are used in research laboratories to examine texture, size and composition of biological and inorganic specimens. Unlike traditional light microscopes that use light rays, electron microscopes use an electron beam. The main advantage is the higher image resolution, enabling a magnification of up to 2 million times, whereas light microscopes only have magnification up to 1000-2000 times. As the high voltage electron beam passes through several key components in the electron microscope, active cooling is required to ensure proper operation.
Electron microscopes are a powerful laboratory tool 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.
A centrifuge is a laboratory device using centrifugal force to separate liquid mixtures. To separate fluids, the centrifuge spins samples at a fast rate, resulting in heavy components to migrate away from the center axis and lighter components to migrate towards the axis. Centrifuge devices are widely used tools in food processing and medical research for cellular, genetic and protein analysis. When designing laboratory and medical centrifuges, several design challenges must be considered.
Centrifugation is a process that separates mixtures through centrifugal force. Centrifuges are commonly used in food processing and medical research for protein, genetic and cellular analysis. In medical laboratory settings, centrifugation involves spinning medical samples at a fast rate to filter or concentrate substances based on differing densities. Dense components migrate away from the center axis, while less dense components migrate towards the axis.