Larger Volume Climatic Test Chamber Insulation Electroplated SUS304
1. Walk-in Room Construction:
Rooms are constructed of Stainless Steel metal tongue and groove
sectional panels. An assembled room has continuous steel perimeters
to hold panels tightly in place.
Panel features include:
1) 100% insulation
2) Light weight for easy handling – average weight of the largest
panel is 84 lbs.
3) Alignment pins for accurate fit.
4) Steel straps connect locking arms with locking pins on opposite
sides of panels.
5) Cam-actuated locks ensure tight fits and accommodate frequent
assembly / disassembly for relocating or enlarging the room.
2. Explore Walk-in Temperature Chambers by Type:
High and low extremes of temperature can significantly alter the
mechanical and electrical properties of a product, such as the
brittleness of components, viscosity of lubricants, electrical
conductivity and oscillator frequencies. TRaC's temperature testing
can simulate temperature extremes cycling from -70°C to +180°C (and
up to +500°C constant), and KOMEG's 15 temperature chambers cater
for small components in our series of 0.4 m3 cabinets through to
complete systems, in our range of walk-in chambers.
3. High temperature limits of test chambers
There are many types of test chambers, but they all high and low
temperature limits. Let's take a look at the typical high
temperatures thresholds and why they exist.
Test chambers usually have wire heaters made of a material called
Nichrome. By placing successive loops of heater wire, a greater
amount of heat that is generated. The result looks a lot like the
inside of a toaster. Fans circulate the air past the heaters, so
the samples in the chamber are not exposed to radiant heat. It is
very easy to add heaters and increase the speed and / or high limit
of a chamber.
KOMEG chambers typically have a high temperature limits under
200°C. Here is a break-down of why a chamber's high temperature
150°C: There are two reasons we may limit a chamber to 150°C. First, there
may be a limitation of the materials used inside the chamber.
Secondly, for extremely fast chambers, we may limit the high
temperature to avoid problems with accidentally tripping overheat
170-180°C: Most models stop at this temperature range. There is a risk of
burning the oil inside the refrigeration's cooling coil.
4. Temperature and Humidity Test Capabilities
KOMEG have a variety of temperature and humidity chambers from
small to walk-in chambers that can reproduce a wide range of
climatic conditions incluiding high and low temperature as well as
combined temperature and humidity conditions. KOMEG also support a
climatic test facility dedicated to tests against requirements for
telecoms and radio products.