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Low-Temp Phi-TEC I

Low-Temperature Phi-TEC I

Low-Temperature Thermal-Stability testing on the PhiTEC I adiabatic calorimeter

&nbspMuch chemistry is now performed at low temperatures while standard equipment for thermal stability testing begins all experiments at room temperature. The phi-tec I adiabaltic calorimeter has recently been extended to enable thermal stability at testing from sub-ambient temperatures and this feature relies on two important components:

  • Mechanical changes to enable the test section to be cooled, very simply and quickly using any available chiller which determines the lowest operating temperature.
  • Control software that allows stability testing from any initial temperature, without any need for recalibration.

In effect, the combination of above features immediately extends the working range to whatever the chiller is able to achieve. This means that a phi-tec designed for low temperature operation can be run in exactly the same way as standard systems without any influence on the normal, high temperature testing.