Thermal shock chamber, sudden temperature changes

Thermal shock chambers are a fundamental element for the realization of thermal fatigue in materials, equipment and automatisms. They are predominantly used in the following industries: aeronautics, automotive, military, electronics, telecommunications, space and in general in the materials research industry.

The cameras have been commonly used in the aeronautical and aerospace industry, where materials must withstand sudden temperature changes in a very short period of time, but its use has been implemented in other industries such as electronics, where studies of weak points and subsequent failures during use are performed, thus minimizing warranty costs.

The CRT2V-70/850T is an equipment designed according to the real needs of the customer, since the samples to be tested will have different sizes and volumes, as well as different test standards. Its inner volume of 900 x 700 x 1350 mm (H x W x D x D), allows to test pieces of great depth, according to IEC 60068-2-14 standard.