In the middle of a hot and steamy summer, many people cannot wait for fall and the rapid cooldown of their local weather. The same goes for anticipating the turn of a cold and snowy winter into warmer spring-like weather. However, in the laboratory, rapid cooldown and heatup often are demanded by many applications. The use of high temperature circulators with rapid heatup and cooldown is one way to make that happen in those applications.
In most high temperature circulators, the compact design does not require a lot of bench or hood space, and closed-system construction prevents harmful fumes from escaping into the laboratory. Having a small filling volume allows the unit to react quickly to exothermic or endothermic reactions. The units also are capable of achieving 752°F (400°C) as a maximum temperature. Combine that with 6 kW of heating capacity and 15 kW of cooling capacity, and it provides a strong, versatile unit.