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Tenney Environmental Ships Vacuum Temperature Cycling Chamber to Aerospace Industry

Posted: January 25, 2018
Tenney Environmental announced the shipment of a Reach-In Vacuum Temperature Cycling Chamber to the aerospace industry. The temperature cycling chamber will be used for temperature altitude testing of aircraft collision avoidance radars. The operating temperature range of this vacuum chamber is -70°C to 177°C with temperature control of +/- 1°C. and the altitude range is to 100,000 feet +/-2 mmHg. The work chamber dimensions are 36” W X 36” D X 36” H and is constructed with type 304 stainless steel. The through wall ports are continuously welded and a combination of fiberglass and polyurethane insulation surrounds the chamber to

Tenney Environmental Ships Thermal Shock Chamber

Posted: January 19, 2018
Tenney Environmental announced the shipment of a Reach-In Thermal Shock Chamber to a research center for laboratory and technical R&D. The thermal shock chamber was purchased to run a variety of MIL-STD tests on various parts. The maximum temperature rating of the test chamber is 200°C with an operating temperature range of -73°C to 200°C in the bottom chamber and 65°C to 200°C in the top chamber. The work chamber dimensions of the chamber are 15” W X 15” D X 15” H, other sizes are available as well. The chamber features a 2-zone vertical air circulation and a control

Tenney Environmental Ships Thermal Shock Chamber to Research Center

Posted: January 19, 2018
Tenney Environmental, a global manufacturer of thermal-processing equipment, announced the shipment of a thermal shock chamber to a manufacturer of ceramic parts for the Aerospace, Medical, and Electronics markets. The Tenney chamber will be used for various types of thermal shock testing. The work chamber is 15” W x 15” D x 15” H.The maximum temperature of the hot chamber is 200°C and 40°C for the cold chamber. The minimum temperature for the hot chamber is above ambient and -73°C for the cold chamber. The “hot chamber” is on the top and the “cold chamber” is situated on the bottom.