Liquid thermal shock chambers consist of separately controlled hot and cold baths. Product is submersed in fluid and thermally stressed between the hot and cold baths, resulting in immediate product temperature changes. We use perfluorinated fluid that does not coat the product or conduct electricity for use in both the hot and cold baths to eliminate cross contamination and reduce evaporation losses.
CSZ uses perfluorinated fluid for use in both the hot and cold baths to eliminate cross contamination and reduce evaporation losses. Fluid does not coat the product or conduct electricity.
The CSZ thermal shock bath is equipped with the new CSZ EZT-560i Touch Screen Controller designed to save chamber programming and setup time.
The EZT-560i features a removable USB I-stick that simplifies access to profile, alarm, and audit trail files.
Other standard features include RS-232/485 serial communications and Ethernet connectivity offering a selection of communications options as well as CSZ's EZ-View software allowing the user to control and monitor up to 20 chambers from any location.
Load capacities: 2 pounds and 5 pounds of ICs
Custom sizes available
Temperature ranges hot bath: ambient to 160°C (320°F)
Cold bath: Ambient to -75°C (-103°F)
The CSZ TSB-Series units contain a vapor-tight, stainless steel construction with a vapor expansion system that dramatically reduces the evaporation and fluid loss usually associated with liquid thermal shock equipment, lowering your operating costs over the life of the system.
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Hylec Control was first established in 1979 and initially started operation as a developer and manufacturer of analogue control systems. These were specially customised hydraulic applications, using ...