EWS chambers are solid, one-piece construction, using fiberglass insulation and an angle-iron frame. The stainless steel interior liner is reinforced and continuously welded, including leak-testing for integrity. Temperature range up to 150°C Temperature-cycling faster than 10°C/min. Capabable of long-term 85°/85% tests (Conventional chambers, like our EWP models, are built using panels with foam insulation that cannot withstand higher temperatures and are more susceptible to leaks at the seams under extreme conditions, such as fast temperature cycling.) The angle-iron frame provides enough structural strength to allow a full-opening door for easy loading of large arrays without restriction. A full-opening door can also allow floor-space saving over panel chambers.
Cabinet Solid-construction chamber is a one-piece welded structure with six inches of fiberglass insulation and a 304 stainless steel interior Full-opening door(s) with heated windows One 4" (100mm) diameter cable port with silicone plug Refrigeration and Plenum Modular or Integrated Air Plenum with cooling coil, wire heaters, and two circulator blowers Non-CFC refrigeration system using Copeland Discus or Scroll compressors Automatic water regulator controls water usage on water cooled models Humidity system includes steam generator and dehumidification coil System Controls Instrumentation console mounted to the right of the chamber door Three levels of overheat protection including an independent, adjustable sensor ESPEC's Exclusive SCP-220 Programmer Optional Capabilities IR Infrared Lighting for radiant surface heating of samples Click for an example Solar simulation lighting per DIN 75-220 Integration with vibration shaker systems