By testing the changes of products in different temperature environments such as high temperature, low temperature and alternating humidity, the walk-in chamber can test the heat resistance, cold resistance, dry resistance and wet resistance of product materials in different climatic environments. It has shown outstanding performances in various industries such as aerospace and aviation, electronics and home appliances, and automobiles, bringing power and opportunities to various industries.
During the test, the test equipment is easy to operate, easy to handle and has good quality assurance. In addition, the water drawer-type filling method is selected for the water filling of the test chamber, and the water level indicator is marked inside the water tank, making it easy to clean the water tank. The drainage groove at the bottom of the test area can avoid the phenomenon of steam condensation and can carry out stable tests normally. The unique leakage protection design of the water filling test chamber further ensures user safety. These are the advantages of the test chamber and the key factors for users to choose it.
However, in order to ensure the smooth progress of the test, there are still some things to note about the walk-in chamber:
It is recommended not to start the compressor repeatedly during the test, and the interval time between each start should not be less than 15 minutes. The compressor is like the heart of the test equipment, which is related to whether the test can be carried out normally. Therefore, do not forget the compressor in daily maintenance work, it is a must-do maintenance work.
The voltage of the walk-in chamber should be stable. If the voltage is unstable, it will cause the current to be too large or too small, which will cause serious damage to the compressor if operated for a long time. Therefore, it is recommended that users use a voltage regulator to connect the test equipment.
When cleaning the walk-in chamber, use a dry cloth to wipe the instruments. Do not splash water onto the instruments. If the instruments accidentally come into contact with water, suspend use immediately; otherwise, there may be a risk of electric shock, fire, etc. When wiping, avoid using organic solvents such as alcohol and gasoline.
Nowadays, affected by market demand, the walk-in chamber has become one of the options for many users. Whether for the smooth progress of the test or for the test chamber to maintain a good working condition for a long time, the above-mentioned matters must be noted.