Cold Plates

Thermoelectric Cold Plates:

TECA has both air cooled and liquid cooled cold plates. When using the liquid cooled versions the delta T reference temperature is the liquid temperature, when using air cooled cold plates it’s the ambient air temperature. Liquid cooled cold plates require a constant flow of cooling water. This can be tap water, in house chilled water or re-circulating chillers.


Many applications simply require cooling with no fancy temperature controls. The General Use style of products often best fit these needs. When better control and more control features are needed the Laboratory Use is often the best choice . Each application should be evaluated independently to assure safe and proper control.

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