Two-Zone Thermal Shock Chamber TST-64
Principle of Two-Zone Thermal Shock Chambers
The two zone thermal shock chamber is mechanically driven. The high and low temperature chambers are used as energy reserves. The basket is the test zone. During the test, the basket travels between the high and low temperature zones. The basket is automatically moved to the corresponding high and low temperature zones when the shock occurs.
Structure of Two-Zone Thermal Shock Chambers
- Integral chamber structure: two zone thermal shock chambers are mainly composed of three parts: independent product basket, high-temperature zone and low-temperature zone.
- Insulation enclosure structure: outer layer of cold-rolled steel plate, middle layer of insulation material, internal SUS304 stainless steel plate.
- Insulation layer: thickness 100mm, rigid polyurethane foam insulation layer in low temperature area, glass fiber cotton insulation layer in high temperature area.
- Control panel: temperature control touch screen, start switch, emergency stop switch, buzzer.
- Door: single door, open to the left.
- Standard configuration: 4 mobile casters. Stainless steel sample rack 2 layers, each layer load capacity 20KG.
Two-Zone Thermal Shock Chamber Test Standards
IEC 60068-2-1 Test A: Low Temperature Test
IEC 60068-2-2 Test B: High Temperature Test
MIL-STD-202F High Temperature Life Test
MIL-STD-810D High Temperature Test
MIL-STD-810D Low Temperature Test
IEC 60068-2-3 Test Ca: Constant Heat Test
GB/T 2423.1-2008 (IEC68-2-1) Test A: Low temperature test method
GB/T 2423.2-2008 (IEC68-2-2) Test B: High temperature test method
GJBl50.3-2009 (MIL-STD-810D) High temperature test method
GJBl50.4-2009 (MIL-STD-810D) Low temperature test method
GJBl50.5-2009 Temperature shock test method