Liquid to Liquid Thermal Shock Chamber

Overview of Equipment:

Significant reductions in fluid usage make liquid thermal shock affordable

The “liquid to liquid” thermal shock testing draw more and more attention for its ability to impose higher stress on specimens than the classic “air to air” thermal shock tests, but also for delivering quicker test results.

ESPEC developed next-generation equipment satisfying environment conservation by lowering running costs, especially regarding brine and power consumption.

Specifications
Model Temperature range Basket dimensions / Outside dimensions (mm)
TSB-21 Hot bath: +70 to +200°C (+158 to +392°F)
Cold bath: -65 to 0°C (-85 to +32°F)
W120×H150×D120 / W1140×H1785×D1240
TSB-51 W150×H150×D200 / W1200×H1785×D1320

Features:

Drastic reduction in brine consumptionBrine consumption reduced by 65% compared to previous model, thanks to test area air tightness, (no vapor leakage, no brine evaporation) and water separation filter (brine recycling).Meeting International StandardsTSB chamber achieves testing in accordance to standards requirements for immersion test: MIL, JIS and IEC.Energy-savingESPEC’s original refrigeration system allows saving up to 52% in power consumption, assisting customers in environment conservation policy.

Brine Consumption
Figure: Brine Consumption

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