Cyclic corrosion tests automatically expose test specimens to a series of different environments in repetitive cycles. Cycles like Prohesion® may consist of fast cycling, rapid temperature changes, a low humidity dry-off cycle, and a different corrosive solution. Continuous salt spray exposure cycles are widely specified for testing components and coatings for corrosion resistance. With the Q-Fog CCT one can cycle through all of the most significant corrosion environments in one chamber.
Temperature cycling is similar to temperature shock testing, with the difference being that temperature cycling has slower transitions between temperature extremes. Two chambers were acquired; the larger unit is appropriate for cycling printed circuit board assemblies while the small unit is appropriate for individual devices. Both chambers provide standards-compliant conditions for air-to-air testing.
The Eppendorf High-Efficiency Ultra-Low Temperature (ULT) Freezers minimize operating costs while providing superior protection for your critical samples. A combined insulation based on vacuum insulation panels and polyurethane foam enables extremely low energy consumption. The new CryoCube F570h needs 14 % less energy than its predecessor.
The Electrothermal Electromantle Extraction Heater with six recesses has a built-in electronic controller and offers a choice of heater only or heater/stirrer combination. Vented case’s unique air flow ensures the case remains “cool to-the-touch.”
• Individual built-in solid state electronic controls enable easy regulation of heater, while removing sparking associated with mechanical switching
• Three 12.7mm(0.5in) diameter support rods are included