Chambers, Laboratory, Thermostatic Controlled, Chromatography Column
Definition : Thermostatically controlled chambers designed to maintain the temperature of one or more chromatographic columns constant. These chambers consist of high-precision (variations of temperature are typically less than 0.2 degrees C [0.35 degrees F]) thermostats (e.g., bimetallic) that regulate temperatures up to 100 degrees C (212 degrees F); temperature-exchanging switches to activate heating and/or cooling elements; and special switching valves. Thermostatic controlled chromatography column chambers can accommodate one or more columns; they are intended for liquid or gas chromatography procedures (e.g., proteomics) that require minimal temperature variations.
Entry Terms : "Chromatography Column Thermostatic Controlled Chambers"
UMDC code : 23489