Simular // Heat-Flow Reaction Calorimeter
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Thermal Control

Thermal Control

Temperature regulation on jacketed reactors is provided for via electrical heaters, circulating fluid, or a combination of both. Fluid Circulators are the most common solution, providing both heating and active cooling from -80&deg C to around 250&deg C. Electrical heaters provide heating only but extend the range of the system up to 500&deg C (with a suitable reactor).

The user interface is identical regardless of the thermal control system used - reducing training requirements. Temperature can be controlled on the basis of reactor or jacket temperature. More sophisticated temperature controls, such as ramps or differential control&nbsp (where the jacket is maintained at a fixed offset to the reactor temps - useful for maintaining reflux conditions) are included as standard and allow for precise parameter control.

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Advanced thermal controls, are included in the Simular Calorimeter system, but again the interface retains it's simplicity of use - with just a single setpoint entry for reactor temp required.