Air-to-air

Cooling (or heating) using convection. For example, this principle can be used to cool/heat equipment or the air within a closed (instrumentation) cabinet. The coolers are easily installed by making a hole in the housing.

Direct-to-air

Direct-to-air cooling (or heating) using conduction.
Objects that are mounted to the “cold plate” of the coolers are being cooled directly by the cooling assembly. This way, for example, a object containing samples can be kept on a precise temperature.

Liquid-to-air

Cooling (or heating) of a liquid or gas using conduction. The heat is generally absorbed by a liquid and dispersed to the surrounding air by the heat sink. For the best heat transfer turbulators are installed in the liquid channels.

Direct-to-liquid

Direct-to-liquid

Cooling (or heating) using conduction. Objects attached to the cold plate of the cooler are cooled directly by the assembly. The heat will be dispersed by the liquid. With a circulating circuit the heat can be dispersed to the environment by using a heat exchanger. The hot side can also be cooled directly by tap water (open circuit).