The OW4002 uses facility water as a hot side heat dissipation mechanism, which increases the cooling capacity while maintaining form factor. The OW Series system is designed to operate using oil as coolant. This user manual provides necessary information about installation, operation and maintenance of the OW4002.
Liquid Cooling Systems
Designed to take pictures inside a patient’s body, medical X-ray imaging systems are a vital piece of detection equipment. Medical X-ray imaging equipment can be used to detect and diagnose a wide range of injuries or diseases. In X-ray-based imaging techniques, an X-ray beam is projected through a patient to a recording medium. The generation and projection of an X-ray beam is highly inefficient and produces a large amount of waste heat. The heat load can be as much as 5KW.
Laird Thermal System's Thermal Wizard for Liquid Cooling Applications training includes instructions for Specification & Selection Tool and Liquid Cooling Calculator.
Additive manufacturing, better known as 3D printing, is an emerging application that is finding an expanding purpose in the manufacturing process. Once primarily used for quickly making prototype parts, 3D printing is now also used to digitize workflow and manufacture production quality final products. There are many different types of 3D printing methods used to physically create a desired object.
Additive manufacturing, also referred to as 3D printing, is an emerging technology enabling the production of stronger and lighter products used in a wide range of applications in medical, industrial and consumer markets. When 3D printing evolved in the 1990s it was only considered to be suitable for prototyping parts. With improved materials, precision and repeatability, the technology is now frequently used in manufacturing of final products and digitization of workflows.
Reagents are essential for laboratory and medical testing. Reagent materials are used to detect the presence or absence of a substance, or to test if a specific reaction occurs. Thermal control is vital to preserve reagent materials, which can degrade over time when stored at improper temperatures. When they are kept at room temperature, reagents may become contaminated by microbial growth, which affects test integrity. Reagents can also be negatively affected at low temperatures if they undergo multiple freeze-thaw cycles.
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.