To observe the product characteristics and failure occurrences caused by different materials and their thermal expansion coefficients, thermal shock testing is subjected to the product. In thermal shock testing alternating high and low temperatures are fed in the chamber. WEIBER designs and manufactures customised THERMAL SHOCK CHAMBERS with separately controlled temperature zones (2 zone and 3 zone), liquid to liquid (2 zone) depending on configuration of the chamber chosen.
2 zone: Two-Zone Thermal Shock Chamber has hot and cold zones that can be controlled independently. A single basket product carrier moves between the hot and cold zones, subjecting the product to dramatic changes in temperature.
3 Zone: Three-zone Thermal Shock Chamber utilizes controlled areas for hot, ambient and cold temperatures. The product is moved from ambient to hot or ambient to cold zones. The chamber can be programmed to include a dwell period in the ambient zone if desired.
Liquid to Liquid (2 zone): Consist of separately controlled hot and cold baths. Product is submersed in fluid and thermally stressed between the hot and cold baths, resulting in immediate product temperature changes.