In the ICHeco L climate chamber, stability tests in accordance with ICH guidelines Q1B, option 2, can be performed, thanks to an illumination unit. Fluorescent lights with cold white light (daylight: light colour 865, 6,500 K) and UV radiation in the spectral range of 320-400nm. Daylight and UV Light comply with standard illuminations D65.
The climate chamber ICH C offers ideal conditions, especially to test building materials and concrete. Thanks to the electronic CO2 control with automatic neutral position (NDIR measuring system) and an adjustment range of 0 -10 %, you can use it to carry out long-term tests to determine the depth of carbonation in concrete without bulky, costly and power-guzzling test chambers.
A Memmert ICHeco climate chamber offers unique advantages:
CO2 Refrigerant (R744) is climate-neutral
intuitive and easy-to-use operating menu
temperature and humidity ramps programmable via AtmoCONTROL software
almost exclusive use of high-quality, corrosion-resistant and easily cleanable stainless steel for the working chamber and housing
a wide range of options for programming and documentation using interfaces, integrated data logger and software AtmoCONTROL
3 years guarantee, extended warranties available and service contracts
We want the process of purchasing a test chamber to be as simple as possible. Below we provide some extra information and links to our specific guides.
What is a test chamber?
A test chamber is used to simulate environmental conditions and this can be used in many applications including stability testing in a range of industry types. But how exactly is it different to a humidity chamber or an incubator? Can these units be certified medical devices? Can they perform testing in accordance with any recognised standards? What water supply is needed for a humidity chamber? If you want to know this and more including answers to an array of our most asked questions click here.
Choosing the right test chamber
Choosing the right test chamber for your application can be a bit of a minefield, with such a large selection available from our supplied brands Memmert and MMM Medcentre. Here we list the differences between chamber ranges such as what exactly the different controller types are and how this impacts use and other points to consider when selecting the most suitable chamber.
Caring for your test chamber
Test chambers are a costly purchase so you will want to keep it in top shape. You should be wiping down the chamber inside and out and be careful with how you load it to ensure efficient operation. If you want to know what else you should do to maintain your chamber and actions to follow to keep it working at its best then you can check out this page.
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