Aspen Systems specializes in high performance, miniature Vapor Compression Refrigeration systems. See in the video above, a review of Aspen’s technology and capabilities
Direct refrigeration cooling or direct expansion cooling offers many advantages including the highest efficiency and highest cooling power. Click the video to learn more
Are you wondering how vapor compression refrigeration works? This educational video, uses the vapor compression refrigeration cycle diagram to explain the physics of phase change heat transfer
EKSPLA, a major manufacturer of industrial ultrafast lasers for micromachining has integrated a direct refrigerant (direct expansion) cooling system from Aspen Systems into their new FemtoLux 30 laser
We talk with Dr. Victor Gonzalez of University of Kansas about his fascinating research into climate change and temperature effects on bees as well as other vital pollinators.
Dominion Aesthetics new EON body contouring system has direct refrigerant (direct expansion) cooling from Aspen Systems to cool not only the laser diodes but the patient’s skin.
Rick & Jill discuss Aspen’s line of Liquid Chiller Modules (LCM).
Fact or Fiction, How Vapor Compression (VC) compares to Peltier or Thermoelectric Chillers (TEC)
We talk with Jim Burnett, Director of Business Development at Aspen Systems to discuss the temperature stability of Vapor Compression cooling.
Jim Burnett explains the high efficiency of compressor based cooling
How can VC actually be quieter than TEC? Jim and Jill explain.