"Dry" Dewars ?
Andrew at see.sig.for.email
Wed Nov 11 12:27:22 EST 1998
In article <729m37$8mr$1 at mserv2.dl.ac.uk>, jheese at ix.urz.uni-heidelberg.de
>ask for opinions and experiences with dry dewars. Did they
>work ? How long do they keep cool ?
We have one, it seems to last quite a while - possibly even a
couple of weeks at a push, but anyway quite adequate for the
few days of a synchrotron trip. It can be quite fiddly getting
things out of the canes.
>And above all experiences
>trying to get things shipped to and from sites.
Don't try to take hanging drop boxes on a plane trip. If you
aren't deranged beforehand, you will be afterwards. Actually they
survived surprisingly well, but it was just too nerve-wracking
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