Laird touts liquid cooling systems for medical imaging equipment

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LairdLaird is touting its custom, self-contained liquid cooling systems (LCS) that provide precise temperature control in medical imaging equipment like CT scanners, PET scanners and MRI scanners.

Liquid cooling systems provide a high coefficient of performance (COP) that ensures efficient, low power operation to maximize uptime and optimize the performance of medical imaging equipment, according to Laird. When compared to compressor-based systems, standard and custom liquid cooling systems offer high heat pumping and high heat flux density with quieter operation – all in a smaller and lighter system. 

Find out more about Laird’s cooling solutions for medical imaging systems on the company’s website. There’s also information about Laird’s standard and custom liquid cooling systems.

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