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Janis Research Company Announces New Free Piston Stirling Cryocooler Feb 25, 2013

Reliable and efficient (10 W @ 80 K), the StirlingCool-10 expands Janis’s HTc and cryogen-free offerings.

Wilmington, MA (February 20, 2013) – Janis Research Company (Janis), one of the world’s leading manufacturers of cryogenic research equipment, has announced the launch of an exciting new cryocooler product, the Janis StirlingCool-10.

The StirlingCool-10, or “SC-10,” is a free piston Stirling cryocooler (FPSC) with base temperature of 40 K and cooling power of 10 watts @ 80 K. Using only pure helium gas as the refrigerant, this environmentally-friendly cryocooler is compact,lightweight, and efficient, requiring less than 400 watts at full power operation. The StirlingCool-10 is also virtually maintenance free, with no high pressure displacer seals to wear out as in conventional cryocoolers.