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  • Formaldehyde Test Chamber

    Product introduction

    Formaldehyde  is widely used in industry to manufacture building materials and numerous household products. It is also a by-product of combustion and certain other natural processes. At room temperature, formaldehyde is a colorless, flammable gas that has a distinct, pungent smell. It is also known as methanal, methylene oxide, oxymethyline, methylaldehyde, and oxomethane.

    Sources of formaldehyde in the home include building materials, smoking, household products, and the use of un-vented, fuel-burning appliances such as gas stoves.
    There are a number of dangers associated with exposure to Formaldehyde, which is classed with chemicals such as Arsenic and Cyanide

    Conforms to the standards E-1333-96 ASTM D6007-02 ENV717-1

    Technical parameters 

     Capacity of test chamber  1  cubic meters
     Temperature Range  20 to 30  degree Celsius
     Adjustable precision  ±0.5  degree Celsius
     Test precision  ±0.1 degree Celsius 
     Humidity range   40-70% R.H
     Adjustable precision  ±0.5% R.H
     Measurement precision  ±.1% R.H
     Dimension of test chamber  800x800x1578mm
     Dimension of external  1400x2000x2100mm

     Maintain at least 1 Pa pressure inside of test chamber and monitor by the pressure meter long term.

    What are environmental test chambers?

    Environmental test chambers are systems that allow users to manipulate the environmental conditions of an enclosed space to run controlled tests on a subject. Researchers, engineers, scientists, and manufacturers utilize these conditions to push innovation and ensure whatever products they produce are safe for use.

    How do environmental chambers work?

    An Environmental Chamber is an enclosed space where environmental conditions such as temperature and humidity can be controlled. Some chambers can also simulate corrosion by introducing salt spray into the chamber. The dimensions of these chambers may greatly vary according to the type of product that has to be tested.

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