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Difference between Air-cooled and Water-cooled Methods of Thermal Shock Chambers
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Difference between Air-cooled and Water-cooled Methods of Thermal Shock Chambers

Climate Thermal shock test chamber is mainly used for electrical and electronic components, automation components, communications components, auto parts, metal, chemical materials, plastics and other industries, defense industry, aerospace, military industry, BGA, Semi- conductor ceramic and polymer materials of physical change sacrificial, test the material of high and low temperature of the repeated resistance and the product of thermal expansion and contraction of the chemical changes or physical damage, you can confirm the quality of the product, from precision IC to heavy Mechanical components, will be used, is an essential test box in all areas of product testing.
Thermal Shock Chambers include two boxes and three boxes types, and cold shock chamber cooling method includes two types: air-cooled, water-cooled, these two cooling methods have different differences:
Water-cooled: the use of water mobility test chamber cooling work, which also is installed in the test chamber on the water tower, and the water tower can only be placed on the roof outside, cannot be placed indoor, to protect the water tower, make water pipe wrapped, cannot let it exposure or crack, so you can extend the life of the water tower.
Air-cooled: The use of wind for natural cooling, this is more suitable for small power thermal shock chambers, if the test chamber ambient temperature is often kept at room temperature and equipped with ventilation device, the use of air cooling can be effectively extended Thermal shock chamber utilization and service life.
The main purpose of these two cooling methods is for thermal shock test chamber cooling, by different ways, but the result is the same, mainly it depends on the test conditions how to choose and operate.

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