This Weeks Newsletter Features Used Thermal Shock Chambers we have in Stock! These Used Thermal Shock Test Chambers will be Refurbished and Warranteed – Work and Look Like New. You will save a significant amount of money over purchasing New. Thermal Shock Chambers are highly specialized and can be extremely expensive when purchased new. Save your Company Money with LR Environmental. Also Featured, Temperature and Humdity Chambers and of course our line of NEW Yamato Ovens – most in Stock – Ready To Ship.
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New Temperature Test Chambers – For Prices, Specs, and Technical Help – 800-574-2748
Sizes from 1 CuFt up to 64 CuFt Temperature Ranges from -65C up to 180C
The FD Series Temperature Chambers are the highest quality and the utmost reliability.
Using AES’ patented inner baffle design, FD series Environmental Test Chambers are capable of producing a temperature range from -65°C to +180°C (-85°F to +356°F) all while maintaining even and stable airflow. This airflow consistency allows for highly accurate environmental testing on your product. The FD Series Environmental Test Chambers are also ideal for thermal cycling tests and can be outfitted with a liquid CO2 or LN2 to improve the functionality of the test chamber.
FD Series Environmental Test Chamber Brochure – Spec Sheet
For All Your Industrial / Lab Oven Needs – We Carry 100’s of Ovens – Big-Small-and Inbetween Refurbished and 100% Warranteed
Oven Buying 101
There is more to Buying An Oven than basic Dimensions and Temperatures. Be well informed so you make the right purchase for your application.
1) What Size Do I Need?
Make sure your Interior Dimensions take into account any protrusions that may be on the part. Your product may be 15″ X 15″ X 15″ but if there is a protruding flange or handle or…. remember to take that into account. You also need to have enough room around your part for proper airflow for maximum success in baking your product.
2) Why Is The Outside Dimension Important?
The Inside Dimensions of the oven is not relative to the outside dimensions. Confirm what doorways it will need to fit thru. If there are hallways will there be room to make turns. Also, be sure to measure the area you plan to place the oven in and that there will be sufficient space around the oven for any exhaust an oven may need.
3) What Temperature Do I Need?
The mass of your product will affect the temperature. You need to allow at least a 25% variance in the maximum temperature rating. Manufacturers recommend that you run an oven at 10% below the ovens top rated temperature. Our Sales Engineers can help you determine what will work best for you.
4) What Voltage Do I Need?
You must confirm your available voltage. You cannot run a 480V oven on 240V You may need need a transformer. Also, higher voltage ovens should be hard wired which will require a certified electrician so be sure to factor that cost in your budget.
We have been selling ovens for almost 50 years so you can be assured our Sales Technicians are the most qualified to guide you in your purchase and guarantee you purchase the right oven for your job!
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