Farrar Scientific is a group of engineers and technicians that developed and grew through the design and manufacture of specialty refrigeration equipment. Technical expertise was gained through exposure to the requirements of the pharmaceutical and semiconductor industries including:
Life Science Incubators – precise temperature/humidity control/uniformity
Long Term Drug and Sample Storage – low temperature applications (-100°F and below)
Semiconductor Chip Testing – focused point heating loads and dynamic load changes
Farrar ultra-low solutions begin with an understanding of your application and process, throughput versus storage, an academic knowledge of internal energy, relative heat and cold, and a practical expertise in crafting together common components that transfer energy from one place to another. We build solutions.
Our Energy Balance approach to system design, optimization and predictive maintenance is unique in the industry.
Our Standard Products group includes Base Servers, Line Sets and Heat Exchangers.
By specializing in cyclical, process and static storage systems operating at temperatures from ambient to -120°C and anywhere in between, Farrar Scientific serves as a secure outsource for assisting in-house engineering, R&D and product development teams.
The EnergyBalance™ Model
EnergyBalance™ is an exclusive design modeling protocol of Farrar Scientific. EnergyBalance™ is based on physics, chemistry and thermodynamic principles associated with refrigeration components, refrigerants, oils, lubricants and flow configurations in high-stress ultra-low applications.
EnergyBalance™ minimizes time and expense in diagnostics and prototyping. It assures that Farrar designs perform in theory before we commit resources to parts, labor or radical changes in existing products during remediation exercises.
EnergyBalance™ modeling results in faster proof of concept, better component matching for peak performance, energy savings and improved reliability for cyclical process or long-term storage systems at critical ultra-low temperatures.