Aesthetics Integrated Cooling System
RIGID Coaxial Liquid Chiller is a perfect example of form and function seamlessly coming together. With its unique miniature vapor compression technology, this compact chiller sets a new standard for Aesthetic and Medical device-integrated cooling systems.
RIGID coaxial liquid chiller is a cooling system that transfers heat via a refrigerant. The water chillers remove heat from the aesthetic device, thereby maintaining a stable and safe laser temperature, ensuring reliable and consistent operation. Medical laser devices, and laser hair removal equipment, especially those that require precise temperature control, play a particularly vital role in treating patients effectively.
Coaxial Liquid Chiller
The compact Plate Liquid Chiller allows the end user to adapt to the coolant fittings for ultimate flexibility.
- 12V /24V /48V DC
- R134a /R290 Refrigerant
- Adopts miniature dc compressor
- Capacity: 100~550W (360~1,880Btu)
- Temperature Range: ±20℃ (-4~68℉)
- 2,000~6,500 rpm variable speeds drive board
- Features: Small, reliable, efficient, and affordable cost.
Aesthetic Chiller System
- DC power / Battery-operated
- Effective coolant refrigeration
- Cooling Approach: Liquid-cooled
- Simple layout integrated cooling system for Aesthetics, environmentally friendly.
- The miniature DC compressors offer a compact, efficient, and reliable cooling solution for a wide range of applications.
Aesthetic Equipment Integrated Cooling System
RIGID liquid chiller is a cooling system that uses refrigerant to transfer heat from one location to another. In the case of laser hair removal devices or Aesthetic equipment, a liquid chiller works by removing the heat generated by the laser during operation. Here’s how it works:
- The refrigerant (included in all products) is circulated through the internally sealed chiller to absorb the heat generated by the laser.
- Refrigerant continuously circulates inside chillers, then it passes through heat exchangers to absorb the heat generates by medical devices.
- In the heat exchanger, the heat from a secondary cooling fluid, typically a water/glycol mixture is transferred to the refrigerant.
- The cooled fluid is then returned to the laser device, where it continues to absorb heat and repeat the cycle. The secondary fluid is passed through a heat exchanger (condenser or evaporator), where the heat is dissipated to the environment.