Liquid Series TEAs are used to cool or heat a coolant flowing through a liquid heat exchanger. The heat exchanger is designed for a recirculating system and needs to be accompanied by a pump. The heat is absorbed by the heat exchanger and custom designed thermoelectric modules pump heat to mating heat transfer mechanism on heat dissipation side. The heat dissipation side can be convection (Liquid to Air), conduction, (Direct to Liquid) or via liquid (Liquid to Liquid).
To improve heat transfer, turbulators are inserted into the liquid channels of the heat exchanger. However, for higher liquid flow rates these may be removed to reduce pressure drop. Our liquid heat exchangers are made of anodized aluminum and our turbulators are made of a corrosive resistant plastic. Custom configuration are available, however MOQ applies.
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