A dynamic climate chamber is a type of instrument that is used in scientific research to simulate learning environmental conditions such as humidity, light intensity and gas concentrations. This chamber is typically used to understand and study if organisms or materials can survive in their natural environment such as agriculture, food, and medicine. The laboratory is equipped with environmental chambers and testing rigs, that can simulate and control different environmental factors to assess the performance, reliability, and safety of the products and materials tested. Environmental chambers from BINDER are ideal for evaluating materials in a dynamic environment.
Environmental simulation chambers from Binder can be relied upon for stress and stability tests, providing homogenous temperature distribution across the entire testing area, even when fully loaded. Dynamic climate chambers consist of various important characteristics that is consisting of APT. line preheating technology, Programmable condensation protection for test material, Heated viewing window with LED interior lighting, and so on...
MKF and MKFT of dynamic climate chambers have the ability to control the humidity of any material that is tested under this series in the temperature range of 10 % to 98 % RH. MK and MKT series is an environmental simulation chamber appropriate for complex temperatures in the range of -40 °C or -70 °C to 180 °C. These dynamic climate chambers meet current standards IEC, MIL, and EN making it convenient enough to survive in the most crucial climatic conditions and also making it an ideal choice for material testing under dynamic settings. This enables precise testing to determine how test specimens respond to various environmental factors, essential in the automotive, metallurgy, and aerospace industries as well as other divisions of the business.
Different environmental chambers, including the Model MK 56, Model MK 115, Model MK 240, Model MK 720, and Model MK 1020, have been introduced, each with unique attributes and characteristics.Click Here to Download Brochure