Environmental Walk in Room
Walk in climatic test chambers are widely used in electronics industries, military technology, chemical industries, mechanical manufacturing, aircraft components and more to test the reliability of products, components and materials in high/low temperature changes, or environments with a high moisture content or high degree of humidity.
- The environmental walk in room uses stainless steel board and melamine decorative panels, making it durable and waterproof, as well as giving it a smooth appearance.
- The thermal cycle system ensures the overall test room has a uniform temperature and humidity.
- The freezer uses an imported compressor, and the refrigeration system is equipped with an environmentally friendly refrigerant and low temperature circuit design. For areas with different temperature levels, there are corresponding compressors working to ensure the machine service life.
- The controller will display any faults on the screen, and will automatically disconnect from the switch if any problems occur in the environmental room.
- Power failure memory functions feature three recovery modes: continue testing, test from the beginning, or stop testing completely.
- The temperature and humidity chamber allow for an optional alarm so that the machine will automatically operate at a pre-set time.
- The climate test chamber is able to be connected to the Ethernet using specialized software, in order to operate with remote control or assistance, and upload remote testing data. This also allows multiple test chambers to be controlled at one time.
- Failure warning, power-off protection, timing function.
Material of Environmental Test Chamber
Exterior material: quality carbon steel, surface is treated by electrostatic spray painting.
Interior material: SUS304# Brushed stainless steel sheet.
Insulation: rigid polyurethane foam sheet & fiberglass with thickness of 100mm.
※Total nitrogen welding and two stage rotary vane pumps ensure the interior room is clean and reliable.
※ A drain pan under the compressor will collect the condensation, then drain it out through a drainage pipe.