Efficiently cool down liquids used in laboratory, scientific and industrial processes
- Ideal for freeze drying, rapid fluid cooling and trapping applications
- Chillers run at maximum cooling to aid your productivity
- Choose from three probe types
Providing a cost-effective alternative to dry ice or liquid nitrogen, these immersion probe chillers offer continuous cooling to temperatures as low as -100°C. Digital display indicates unit is on and operating, and shows temperature in degrees C. A warning display advises when the external temperature sensor is not functioning properly.
Available in 3 configurations:
3" Rigid Coil Finger Probe - The immersion probe is an inflexible metal rod (i.e. "finger") nearly 3/4" inch in diameter, which extends 3-3/4" beyond the tube. Excellent for trapping applications, freeze drying and rapidly cooling small volumes of liquids.
1-3/4" Rigid Coil Probe - At the end of the probe is a 7" long rigid coil that is 1-3/4" in diameter. A straight tube leads into the probe, as with the 3" Rigid Coil Finger model.
1-3/4" Hangable Rigid Coil Probe - Features a bent tube leading to the probe enabling it to be suspended in a condensing tube or dewar without additional support. Also, rather than being supported by a clamp on a lab stand, this one can hang on the side of the container. An ideal alternative to volatile dry ice cooling in a distillation system.