Medical Equipment Cooling
In medical aesthetics and laser clinics, a compressor cooling unit is used to cool medical equipment such as lasers and aesthetic devices. The cooling unit helps to maintain a stable temperature for the equipment, ensuring optimal performance and protecting the equipment from damage caused by overheating.
RIGID miniature dc compressor cooling unit for medical aesthetics and laser clinics includes the following components:
Since 2010, RIGID has been designing unique compact HVAC systems for laboratory, medical aesthetics, lithium battery, green energy storage, and semiconductor manufacturing. We currently supply tens of thousands of cooling systems annually to several leading equipment manufacturers in the medical, life science, laboratory, pharmaceutical, military, electronics, electric vehicle, laser, and various other industries.
RIGID Large Power Chiller works by circulating water over the laser to absorb heat generated by the laser and transfer it to a separate cooling unit. In response to market demand, our cooperative factories started small batch production of 850W to 1,780W hermetic DC rotary compressors in 2020. In addition, RIGID Technology developed large power water chillers in the same year. The Large Power Liquid Chiller is mainly used in the medical, electronic and laser industries.
The Large Power Liquid Chiller is a ready-to-use cooling module that comes fully charged with refrigerant. There is no need for the customer to charge Freon gas. A quick-lock fitting has been incorporated to allow end users to adapt it to their coolant fittings for maximum flexibility.
Water Chiller-Cooled Water Glycol Fluid Module
RIGID compact chiller modules adopt miniature refrigerated compressors. The chiller works in a medical laser device by removing heat generated by the laser from the system, allowing it to operate efficiently and safely.
The laser generates heat as it operates, which is transferred to a cooling medium (usually water) flowing through the laser cavity. The water then flows through a heat exchanger in the chiller, where the heat is transferred to a refrigerant circulating through the chiller's compressor.
The refrigerant vaporizes as it absorbs heat, and is then compressed by the compressor, which raises its temperature and pressure. The hot, high-pressure refrigerant then flows through a condenser, where it gives off heat to the surrounding air or water, causing it to condense back into a liquid.
The liquid refrigerant then flows through an expansion valve, which lowers its pressure and temperature, causing it to vaporize and absorb heat from the laser cooling water. The cycle then repeats, with the refrigerant circulating back to the compressor to repeat the process.
By removing heat from the laser, RIGID water chiller helps to maintain a consistent temperature within the laser cavity, which is important for stable and accurate laser performance. Furthermore, the miniature size of the chiller allows it to be integrated into the medical laser device itself, making it a compact and efficient solution for cooling the laser.