Burn-in Chamber (also called the temperature aging test chamber) is widely applied for automotive parts, electronic and electric products, components and materials by constant high-temperature reliability tests.
Burn-in Chamber Application
DGBELL’s Burn-in Chambers are widely applied for automotive parts, electronic and electric products, components and materials by constant high temperature reliability test. It can also be used for other objects that need to be tested for high temperatures, such as drugs, airplanes, etc. Our burn-in test chamber can be customized according to your requirements, if you have special needs, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Burn-in Chamber Advantage
SUS#304 high temperature resistant stainless steel
Fire-resistant, high strength glass fiber thermal insulation material
Control system and control circuit all introduced with the famous brand
Double sides cold-rolled plate electrostatic powder-coated material
W x H x D (mm)
W x H x D (mm)
Rt-250℃ (Optional for 500℃）
Compatible for wet-dry bulbs PT100 (T/C, RTD, DCV)
In the test panel of the burn-in test chamber, you can enter the parameters you need here.
The test rack is used to place the samples. There are many small round holes on the inner wall of the chamber, which are used for the left and right air supply so that the temperature in each corner of the chamber is the same.
The test hole is used to connect external equipment. If you need to test the temperature of the sample inside, you need to probe into the thermometer from the outside, then you can go in through this hole. If you don’t need this hole, just plug this test hole.
The heat dissipation hole is used to exchange with the outside air to adjust the temperature of the inner chamber.