Oxford Cryosystems Launch new Desktop Cooler at IUCr Congress in Osaka, Japan
Product News Jul 30, 2008
Oxford Cryosystems has announced that they will be launching their new Desktop Cooler at the XXI Congress of the International Union of Crystallography in Osaka.
The Desktop Cooler (DTC) is the low temperature device from Oxford Cryosystems and offers the simple method of cooling crystals to 170 Kelvin. The integrated mechanical cooler means that the DTC can produce a cold gas stream without the need for liquid nitrogen, eliminating the need to ever refill a Dewar again.
The mechanical cooler does not require a separate helium compressor, which means that cooling water is not required and maintenance is reduced to virtually zero. The DTC is simple to set up and control and can be left running for weeks at a time.
To celebrate the launch of the Desktop Cooler, Oxford Cryosystems will be giving away 2 iPod® Touch media players at the IUCr congress in Osaka.