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.