Will Findenser work in a warm lab?

Because Findenser uses air to cool and dissipate heat, it requires the ambient air temperature to be significantly cooler than the boiling temperature.

At relatively high ambient temperatures, there may be insufficient air cooling for the heat from the Findenser fins to be effectively dissipated, which may result in Findenser not containing the solvent.

However, the performance will depend on how different the ambient air temperature is from the boiling point temperature, so there should not be a problem with condensing high boiling point solvents.

To maximise performance, ensure there is sufficient airflow around the Findenser to enable effective heat dissipation.