Under the Radar

Under the Radar

Cooling RF Device with Liquid Chiller:

under the radar

TECA Corp. manufactures an extensive line of thermoelectric, recirculating liquid chillers. Typically used in laboratories, TECA’s chiller Model RLC-1800 recently adventured out into a more unique application. In this application, TECA was able to help a contractor working for the USAF to reduce cost. The contractor required a replacement chiller with the same form, fit, and function as their original (non-TECA) equipment. The TECA engineering team found a way to modify the RLC-1800 to satisfy the customer’s requirements, while keeping the expense to a minimum. The cooling capacity of the RLC-1800 is our largest in a mountable chiller.

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CHILLING PROCESS INK

Chilling Process Ink:

Here’s the way they’re all supposed to work:
September: Initial contact: Need help sizing unit that can maintain a liquid temperature between 25 °C – 35 °C in ambient conditions of 15 °C – 40° C. I need a unit for testing ASAP. In conjunction with sizing a chiller, I am also trying to size a heat exchanger. I need chiller flow rate and output temperature. Please call to discuss details.

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CALIBRATION

Calibration:

calibration using TLC-1200HC liquid chiller calibration with liquid chiller

 

A commercial laboratory uses TECA Chiller TLC-1200HC to discourage temperature gradients in a calibration system. Utilizing the built in temperature controller, the customer was able to successfully run the input and output to a temperature difference of zero. Designing a suitable calibration method was critical to the customer’s ability to release a new product to market.

The photos here illustrate the compact size of TECA’s TLC-1200HC.

CHEMICAL VAPOR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

Chemical Vapor Distribution System:

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An OEM customer integrates TECA’s Model TLC-900 Liquid Chiller into a bubbler system designed to distribute chemical vapor via a carrier gas. The bubbler vessel is filled with the liquid chemical. The carrier gas is bubbled through the vessel and TECA’s TLC-900 Liquid Chiller maintains the chemical at a temperature determined by the end user, to maximize process control. The customer chose TECA’s TLC-900 Liquid Chiller over others because of its heating and cooling capability and the versatility of its universal input voltage (100-240 VAC). The customer’s system is sold worldwide and quality and reliability are key. The customer shared with us: “Before we used TECA products, we had half a dozen failed units over in China that my boss had to fix. I’m talking chillers that have only been in service for less than 4 months. In all, there have been at least ten of them go bad over the years. Some of the current orders we have with you are replacement units for the failed ones. We love your products. You are putting the competition to shame. Keep up the good work.”

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