|Working temperature range||with light, without or with humidity: 15 to +40 °C|
|Working temperature range||without light, with humidity: +5 (at least 20 below ambient temperature) to +70 °C|
|Working temperature range||without light, without humidity: 0 (at least 20 below ambient temperature) to +70 °C|
|Setting accuracy temperature||0.1 °C|
|Temperature sensor||2 Pt100 sensors DIN Class A in 4-wire-circuit for mutual monitoring, taking over functions in case of an error|
|Humidity setting range||10 - 90 % rh|
|Humidity||humidity supply with distilled water from external tank by self-priming pump|
|Humidification||humidification by hot steam generator|
|Dehumidification||dehumidification by cold trap using the Peltier technology|
|Setting accuracy humidity||0.5 % rh|
|Door||fully insulated stainless steel door with 2-point locking (compression door lock)|
|Grids/shelves||2 stainless steel grid(s), electropolished|
|Standard accessories||Water tank including connection hose (110-750: 2,5 liter, 1060-2200: 10 liter)|
|Works calibration certificate||standard values +10 °C and +37 °C, 60 % rh at +30 °C|
|Door||inner glass door|
|Dimensions||w(A) x h(B) x d(C): 640 x 1200 x 500 mm (d less 10 mm for fan - Peltier)|
|Max. Numbers of shelves||14|
|Max. loading of chamber||200 kg|
|Max. loading per internal||30 kg|
|Dimensions||w(D) x h(E) x d(F): 824 x 1720 x 756 mm (d +56mm door handle)|
|Installation||on lockable castors|
|Housing||rear zinc-plated steel|
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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Camlab recognises the importance of providing our customers with a "whole life" solution when purchasing equipment from us. When buying equipment from us we offer a range of options to help your piece of mind and these are summarised below:
Validation of Temperature and Humidity Set Points
Even if you have had a Memmert instrument for some time without a service contract or you have acquired it through another channel Camlab can service and maintain it for you in accordance with Memmert guidelines. Our fully qualified service engineers can visit your site and make a full assessment of the condition of the intrument and recommend a full maintenace protocol for you. If serviced regularly and lifed items are replaced regularly Memmert equipment will be reliable and dependable, ensuring that downtime is kept to the absolute minimum. Service contract customers receive a priortiy service and we can cover any extended downtime with a loan instrument should the need arise.
9 or 27 Point Mapping Aftersales Service
Temperature mapping is one element of the operational qualification of your oven. Our engineers are both trained andqualified to provide a full temperature mapping service in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations. This isa full day activity with a maximum 2 temperatures being mapped at either 9 or 27 sensor points in your oven. For each temperature, 60 measurements (1 per minute) are taken at each sensor point and you will be provided with a report showingthe results normally 2 weeks after. Whilst on site our engineers will be able to discuss any issues with you and determine whether any adjustments, modifications or repairs are required.
Operational/Performance Qualification OQ/PQ
We also complete a wide range of operational checks (OQ) to determine how your oven is operating. This includes checking every process relating to alarms, switching and control functions. PQ can either be carried out as a standalone activity or after the OQ checks. A full report pack is completed during the tests for your records. Whilst on site our engineers will be able to discuss any issues with you and determine whether any adjustments, modifications or repairs are required. This is a verification service only. Please read the related terms and conditions associated with any faults found.
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Have you considered your servicing requirements? Much like a car, scientific instruments may need a bit of care to keep them working reliably and at their most accurate.
The Camlab Service Department have over 60 years experience in scientific instrumentation. We have a number of highly qualified internal and field-based service engineers able to perform a variety of jobs including preventative maintenance servicing and calibration.
Camlab can offer yearly service contracts which include two main types of preventative maintenance/calibration services – the back to base service and an engineer visit to your site. These options are can be offered with differing turn around times depending on the instrument type and your requirements along with loan instruments if available.
A typical preventative maintenance service includes the following:
Inspection and testing of the unit
Dismantling, cleaning and inspection of the key parts
Correction of minor defects including adjustments if necessary
Reassembly and testing
Take post adjustment / cleaning readings
Supply of calibration certificate
Return of the item to you (back to base services)
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