Freeze Tape Casting

Freeze Tape Casting Manufacturer:

A materials science company specializes in creating foams with specific porosity for use in electric vehicles, batteries, thermal interface materials and ceramic-metal interfaces. Utilizing a TECA thermoelectric cold plate as a component within the freeze tape caster ensures the manufacturing process remains environmentally friendly. Peltier cold plates use no freon, coolants, or chemicals of any kind. In this example, the customer has slightly modified a commercially-available, off-the-shelf (COTS) TECA cold plate to reach the desired -10C set point.

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CONDENSING VAPOR

Condensing Vapor: AHP-470CP in Laboratory Reactor Instrumentation

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In a chemical process (catalysis), the customer uses several TECA Model AHP-470CP Cold Plates to condense methanol out of a vapor stream and collect liquid in the 100 mL glass vessels shown. The AHP-470CP offers a convenient small size and is customizable to the end user’s needs.

Please see the “Options” section on the product data sheet to learn more.

CASCADE COLD PLATE

Cascade Cold Plate:

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Here’s a step by step of an AHP-1200CAS/CCP-22 Cascade system our engineers were playing with. They took a purple EasySep magnetic nano particle vessel, set it on the cascade, insulated it and then cycled it up and down for kicks. The curve shows the results. Faster times can be achieved by thinning out the plates and building the cascade into the AHP-1200CAS rather than having it as an option.

Talk to TECA engineers if your interested.

FLOW CHEMISTRY / OEM PRODUCT

Flow chemistry/OEM products application:

flow chemistry, cascaded thermoelectric cold plate

A European company specializing in equipment for the continuous flow chemistry market required extreme temperatures for a new product. Integrating a customized version of TECA’s Liquid Cooled Cascaded Cold Plate made the customer’s product possible: they are able to reach temperatures from minus 70 °C to plus 80 °C.

The customer reports that their new continuous flow reactor allows for the use of flow chemistry in many applications, achieving quicker results safely and with better control.

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