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Thermal Shock Chambers Manufacturers and Companies

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Our thermal shock chambers can accommodate a wide variety of product testing. Our chambers can be custom build to perform environmental stress screening of component and board electronic assemblies. Our chambers are designed to test products through rapid temperature changes. Through the thermal stress testing, our unique chambers can reveal hidden manufacturing defects in electronic sub-assemblies and other components. Find out more information by contacting us or visiting our website!
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Our thermal shock chambers perform all the necessary tests for environmental stress screening. These chambers will detect product defects and flaws through thermal cycling. Our direct transfer method between hot and cold is an economical method to achieve rapid part temperature change for ESS or thermal shock. Our thermal shock chambers are available from 1 to 16 cubic feet. These chambers have hot zones of 392°F and cold zones of -100°F. Find us online for more info!
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Hastest Solutions offers reliable thermal shock chambers which come in a variety of models to suit your needs. These units are used to detect product defects. An example of one of our units thermal cycling is -40°C to +85°C. Our units use a unique airflow system and our products are based off standard requirements as well as custom built specifications of a customer. Find out more by giving us a call or visiting our website!
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We have a wide spectrum of features offered for our thermal shock chambers which results in greater usability when testing products. Customers can pick from a variety of models that utilize air-to-air and liquid-to-liquid methods. Our models come in either vertical or horizontal configurations and we employ an assortment of safety features with all of our units. Please visit our website or give us a call to learn more information!
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Innovative design, robust construction, and superior performance make the Tenney line of environmental test chambers and rooms ideal for all of your temperature, humidity, altitude, vibration, steady state, thermal shock, constant climate, and vacuum testing applications. From stability and shelf life testing to the thermal shock process necessary to see how products and components will perform under grueling conditions, Tenney chambers offer the simulated, real life environment you need.
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Parameter Generation & Control's chambers feature our unique humidity control system, which enables the user to attain unsurpassed levels of RH/temperature control and uniformity. Our chambers are designed to accurately produce the temperature and humidity conditions required for applications including stability studies, package testing, TAPPI, MIL-SPEC, and vapor transmission. Our full line of rooms, chambers and equipment is available at humiditycontrol.com.
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Thermal Shock Chambers

Thermal shock chambers are used to replicate the conditions of sudden and drastic changes in temperature in order to test the capability of a product, material or part component to withstand the resulting stress and strain. Environmental chambers evaluate product quality and reliability, and identify manufacturing flaws and weaknesses in those products before they are released to the general market, or used in the manufacturing of other products.

Industries such as consumer, medical, automotive, aerospace and construction use thermal shock chamber testing to ensure the reliability of their products. Thermal shock causes cracking or faulting along lines of stress as a result from the conflict between uneven element expansion and compression according to relative temperature. As one section cools or heats faster than another, the pressure placed on a material becomes greater than the strength of that material and a crack is formed. These cracks can be severe enough to cause structure failure. Glass and ceramics are particularly susceptible to thermal shock damage due to their low thermal conductivity and their tendency to expand and compress unevenly, and so test chambers are an important part of the manufacturing process for products and structures using these materials.

The design and construction of test chambers needs to be executed to specific considerations to ensure the most accurate test results. Thermal shock chambers need the capacity to alter temperature at an uneven rate to accurately reproduce conditions found in the environment. The chambers typically have two compartments that are set at differing temperatures and the test object is then quickly transferred between the two compartments, causing the thermal shock. Strict control during the process will yield the most accurate and useful results from the tests. Thermal chambers utilize liquid or air to create temperature variances and objects can be alternately immersed in non-toxic, noncombustible and low viscosity liquids at extremely different temperatures, or between compartments maintaining different air temperatures. Sometimes, an intermediate step is required between the temperature extremes in which a product experiences a brief moment of room temperature. This is known as three-zone thermal shock. The suitability of the testing method, either in liquid or air, will depend on the intended final use of the product or material being tested, and the capability of the thermal shock chamber being used. Testing can take many hours and can be a costly procedure depending on the size of the object, and the process undertaken, yet it is a wise manufacturing choice to undergo thermal shock testing, especially in terms of long-term expenditure and future benefit.

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