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Ambrell announces a solution for nanoparticle hyperthermia research featuring the EASYHEAT line of induction heating systems in the 1kW to 10kW power range. This induction heating system is used in thermal therapy research to generate alternating magnetic fields to elevate and manage the temperature of a solution of nanoparticles in vitro or (in animal studies) in vivo.

Induction Heating System for Nanoparticle Research

Scottsville, NY | Posted on April 12th, 2009

The system includes an EASYHEAT power supply with a frequency range of 150 kHz to 400 kHz, a three-coil set, a fiber-optic temperature sensor with optional controller, a serial data-link cable to your PC and plastic and glass vials starter kit with insulating paper. This system can achieve field strength of up to125 kA/m.

"Using induction heating in nanoparticle hyperthermia research provides researchers many benefits in the lab. Induction heating only elevates the temperature of the material or tissue with the embedded magnetic particles." says Dr Girish Dahake, Vice President, Worldwide Applications, Ambrell. Sophisticated electronic controls and feedback ensure reliable and accurate temperature control.

An RF-immune temperature transducer provides temperature indication and closed-loop control of your process. The convenient table-top design is portable and suitable for clean medical environments.

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About Ambrell
Ameritherm, Inc., Cheltenham Induction Heating Ltd. and Ameritherm France SÓrl are combined under a common banner: Ambrell. These induction heating pioneers provide over sixty years of induction expertise. Products offered under the Ambrell brand are available through offices, distributors or representatives in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, India, and Mexico.

Development, manufacturing, sales, application engineering and services at the regional level provide support for advanced products and solutions.

The Ambrell group has 21 technological patents with installations in over 40 countries. Extensive product and applications information including video demonstrations are featured at the Ambrell website.

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+1 (585) 889-0215

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