What is the difference between Breeze and Storm?
Small bench-top footprint and no insulation; resulting in a narrower operating range of -30 °C to +165 °C. Yet because it is smaller, Breeze has a much faster response time to required changes in temperature. This makes Breeze more suitable for applications that require solution control such as crystallisation studies.
Features a sophisticated internal fluid path that combines with a high performance insulated case to maximise thermal transfer. These features create a temperature control module that has a wide operating range with excellent heat transfer, making Storm ideal for steady state reactions from -65 ˚C to +200 ˚C that require stable temperatures for extended periods, with minimal variation across the heated surface.