Environmental simulation chamber for low temperature alternating climate profiles

(PresseBox) ( Tuttlingen, )
The BINDER MKFT series environmental simulation chamber for low temperature alternating climate profiles is the specialist for dynamic alternating climate change between -70 °C and 180 °C. Large performance reserves and rapid cooling make the MKFT the high-end product for complex standards-based climate tests.

Its high technological reliability makes the BINDER MKFT series appealing. With its innovative interior volume design and LCD screen, the environmental simulation chamber is particularly user-friendly. The electronically controlled APT.line(TM) preheating chamber ensures temperature accuracy and reproducible results.

Without humidity, the MKFT offers a temperature range of -70 °C to 180 °C, with humidity 10 °C to 95 °C. The humidity range can be regulated from 10% to 98% relative humidity. The electronically controlled humidification and dehumidification system with capacitive humidity sensor and vapor pressure humidification provides optimal humidification of the entire interior of the volume. Thanks to the integrated water reservoir, refilling is particularly easy.

Comprehensive standard equipment with heated viewing window with LED lighting, programmable condensation protection for samples or adjustable ramp functions using the program editor are examples of the BINDER standard. Even the base model from BINDER far exceeds the features of comparable units. Of course, more options are available based on the customer's requirements.
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