The Power of Silence
One of the most annoying phenomena in modern labs is the noise. There are countless sources of noise of different tones generated by fans, compressors, valves, printers and you name it.
In general chillers are perceived as noisy instruments, therefore not particularly welcome, due to pumps, fans and valves. It is not uncommon to see chillers positioned outside the lab and connected to the instrument they have to cool down by tubes and pipes of different genders, in many cases generating a loss of cooling capacity and efficiency.
When our engineers develop an instrument the noise level is one of the basic parameters they consider, in addition to all what it is necessary to realize and manufacture a state-of-the-art instrument.
The low noise level of our chillers has always been very much appreciated by users and recently we secured a large order based on that feature, among others of course. One of our chillers has been tested non-stop for several days in a large “low noise” laboratory then compared to reputed competitors. After the test we were selected because our instrument has been ranked by far as the best.