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Peltier Thermocirculator

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The Peltier Thermocirculator is a Peltier-controlled external water circulator ideal for all Biochrom water thermostated cell holders.

The principal feature of this device is that a small volume of water (150ml is heated and cooled using Peltier elements, allowing a very wide temperature range, from ambient temperature 20°C up to 60°C, as well as excellent temperature accuracy (± 0.1°C).

The Peltier Thermocirculator is a stand-alone external accessory, and as a result so requires no electronic or physical modifications to the cell-holders.

•    Range 20°C to 60°C
•    Excellent temperature accuracy of ± 0.1°C
•    User-friendly interface and digital display
•    Display Current and Set Temperatures
•    Sealed Unit

Product Peltier Thermocirculator
Company Biochrom Ltd - Product
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Catalog Number 80-7100-50
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Biochrom Ltd - Product
22 Cambridge Science Park Milton Road Cambridge CB4 0FJ UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1223 423723


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