FAQs: Thermal Blocks & Circulators
- How do the Thermal Blocks get their temperature?
- How do you set the Thermal Block temperature?
- What is the temperature range for the Thermal Blocks?
- What is the plate well to well or tube to tube temperature stability?
- What circulator is best for my application(s)?
- What if I only need cooling, heating or both temperatures for the applications?
- Can I have different temperatures from one circulator going to different Thermal Blocks?
- How fast can I achieve the following temperature changes in the Thermal Block?
- Can I program the Circulator and have it interface with other components?
- How do you monitor the specific temperature of the Thermal Block and consumable?
- What’s the difference between Peltier and MéCour Circulator driven thermal blocks?
- How much space does the Thermal Block take up?
- Can I expand the size of the thermal system for more plates or tubes?
- Does the Thermal Block throw off any temperature?
- Should I be concerned with leaks and contamination issues related to using a circulator?
- What if I need to move the Thermal Block away from the circulator for cleaning?
- What type of thermal fluid is used ?
- Does MéCour provide thermal systems, particularly Circulators for use on a global basis?
- What is the size of the circulator, electrical power requirements and how quiet is it?
- How stable is the bath temperature of the circulator?
Q: Can I have different temperatures, one circulator?
A: Unfortunately no. A circulator cannot produce different temperatures. One circulator can connect to different Thermal Blocks, but only for one temperature for all.