Medical

medical-iconLaird Thermal Systems offers a broad range of thermal management solutions for the medical industry to address heat issues and precise temperature control of medical devices, imaging and diagnostic systems.

 

Medical Storage Chambers

Medical storage chambers are generally stacked on top of one another to save space. Thermal management inside the chamber is vital, as temperature fluctuations can influence the interaction between sample components and adsorbents. Space-saving thermoelectric cooler assemblies can be used for precise temperature control.
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Medical Diagnostics

Medical Diagnostics

Reagents are used in medical diagnostics to help analyze liquid samples obtained from patients to diagnose an illness. Cooling reagent chambers below ambient is critical to extend life of reagents and keep replacement costs down. Thermoelectric coolers refrigerate the reagents to extend their life and keep costs down. 
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DNA-Amplification

DNA Amplification

Rapid thermal cycling and precision temperature control is crucial to speed up DNA amplification. PCR systems use thermoelectrics to thermal cycle DNA samples to create millions of strands of DNA for analysis. Laird Thermal Systems PowerCycling PC Series thermoelectric coolers enhance reliability and extend the operating life of PCR systems.
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Medical and Cosmetic Lasers

Medical and Cosmetic Lasers

Medical lasers use compact thermoelectric coolers and assemblies to keep laser optics stable and at peak operating performance. The use of thermoelectrics provide reliable solid-state operation with no vibration to ensure long life operation with low maintenance requirements, resulting in lower total cost of ownership.
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Medical Imaging

Medical Imaging

Temperature stability within medical imaging systems is critical to enhance imaging performance and maximize system uptime. Thermal management systems that feature liquid cooling offer higher efficiencies than air‐based heat transfer mechanisms, which translates into higher reliability, less field maintenance and lower total cost of ownership.
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