Nuremberg, Germany, April 17, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Why design the performance of an incubator for rapid, and thus energy-intensive, heating up and cooling down phases, when it is used mainly for storing BOD5 samples, drinks containers or cosmetics at constant temperatures over long periods? As a consequence of this consideration, Memmert Engineering developed the new IPS storage chamber, based on Peltier technology, with a temperature range from +14 °C to +45 °C and a chamber volume of 749 litres.
The heating and cooling technology was designed precisely for uniform conditions close to the ambient temperature, and offers an energy-saving, and thus climate-friendly alternative for the long-term storage of cosmetics, for instance. Running with no vibration and above all practically noiseless, this innovative heating and cooling technology saves on operating costs to a considerable extent. Not only does energy consumption drop, which can make a big difference for companies and institutions with environment certification, but also the costs for refrigerants and maintenance of the refrigeration technology are removed entirely.
Already in its third generation, Memmert GmbH, with more than 150 employees at two locations in Germany, develops and manufactures universal ovens, incubators, sterilisers, vacuum drying ovens, Peltier-cooled incubators, CO2 incubators, humidity chambers, constant climate chambers, climatic test chambers and waterbaths.
The appliances are used for a very wide range of applications – including the following areas:
industrial material and component inspection
biological, chemical and food research
wide-ranging quality tests in sophisticated production processes
Human and veterinary medicine