When the University of Alberta asked Thermetrics to build a sweating hotplate system that would be capable of operating within a 50-150% atmospheric pressure range, and in ambient conditions as low as -40°C, and in orientations from 0-180°, we said we were up to the challenge.
Thermetrics engineers responded by creating a unique SGHP design with downdraft (instead of lateral) airflow for maximum thermal accuracy across the entire sample, and contained it all within a stainless steel pressure vessel with rotating stand. Computer controlled external pumps provided water and airspace (pressure/vacuum) conditioning.
- Custom Sweating Hotplate
- Capable of Operating within a 50 -150% Atmopheric Pressure Range
- Operates in Ambient Conditions of -40
- Can Be Oriented from 0 to 180 Degrees
- Downward Airflow Plenum for Maximum Thermal Accuracy