|Power Requirements||220/230V, 50/60Hz|
|Electricity||1 phase or 3 phase as requested|
|Temperature Rangesalt||35 deg C to 47 deg C|
|Corrosion Resistant Test||50 deg C to 63 deg C|
|Temperature Fluctuation||+-1 deg C|
|Humidity Deviation||+-1% to +-3%|
The Salt water spraying/corrosive resistant machine are specialized to test the performance of the products for its surfaces of various materials after treatment of corrosive protection by means of painting, coating, galvanizing, anodizing and of lubricant.
WEIBER Salt Spray Test Chambers allows selective and reproducible accelerated corrosion testing complying with the requirements of relevant national and international standards such asDIN, ISO, ASTM, DEF, MIL-STD, etc. Standard as well as customizable sizes are available. This Chamber also called Corrosion resistance test chamber, Cyclic Corrosion Test Chamber and Salt Spray Chamber.
Weiber provides better automatic controls for the chamber by integrating HMI and PLC together. This special feature is compelling alternative to traditional methods and provides a simplified, reduced cost control system architecture.
It works by following operating steps:
|Chamber Volume Litre||1200 litre|
|Interior Dimensions||1310mm x 675mm x 1410mm|
|Exterior Dimensions||1440mm x 810mm x 1975mm|
|Fluorescent tubes per shelf||4x 36W|
|Maximum lighting intensity||170 umol m-2s-1|
|Maximum height between shelves||350mm|
|Maximum shelving area||2.04m2|
|Electrical connection||230V +-10%, 50/60Hz, Single Phase L-N, 13A|
WEIBER Entomology Chamber provides precise control of a wide range of environmental climate conditions for propagation and study of insects. The low profile, side mounted lighting system allows full utilization of the chamber interior and complete access to the sliding shelves is an added design feature of our Entomological Test Chamber. Combines state of the art technology with a highly efficient design to provide a reliable solution to the insect rearing problems and other entomological research studies.
The chamber can be used to study and store Drosophila, bees, mosquitoes and other types of insects, all within a controllable environment. Supplied with illuminated shelves and a customized growth areas, users can select additional shelves to be fitted in the chamber. The illuminated shelves are fitted with banks of high frequency lighting, minimizing the effects of stroboscopic stress on insects.
|Temp Range||4 deg - 44 deg C (+- 0.5 deg C) lights on, 2 deg - 44 deg C (+- 0.5 deg C) lights off.|
|Humidity Control||Ambient to 85 % (+- 10 %) lights|
|Dimensions||857x853x1961 mm, 1041x853x1961 mm|
|Volume||841 lt., 1053 lt.|
Drosophila melanogaster, commonly known as fruit fly is one of the most common genetic model organism that is used in several laboratories across the globe for the study of genetics and other biological sciences. There has been a lot of emphasis on Drosophila research, especially since it was established that a vast majority of human disease genes have parallels in the Drosophila genome and therefore conventionalDrosophila genetics can be used to place human disease genes of unknown function in the context of functional pathways. The Drosophilagenome also shows high degree of homology to the mammalian genome and is often used for the identification and characterization of cellular processes and major signaling pathways that are conserved from fruit flies to humans. The insect has a short generation time, allowing large genetic screens and providing a cost effective solution to studying population genetics.
Most of the scientific research laboratories engaged in Drosophila research generally employ Drosophila research chambers for rearing of these insects in laboratories. These equipments provide a highly controlled environment for optimum growth and development of the fruit fly species. However, the laboratory reared flies may feature altered behavioral phenotype as a result of genetic drift over time and therefore, it is advisable to change the fruit fly stock every few hundred generations to protect the natural gene pools of these organisms. This chamber also known as Drosophila Test Chamber and Fruit Fly Test Chamber.
|Overall Dimensions||850mm x 900mm x 1200mm|
|Temperature Range||RT+10 deg C~50 deg C|
|Temperature Fluctuation||+-0.5 deg C|
|Humidity Range||Humidity Range 85~95% R.H|
|Concentration of Sulphur Oxide Gas||0.1%-1%,Adjustable.|
|Test Time||0.1~999.9 (S,M,H) Adjustable|
The Sulphur Dioxide Test Chambers from Weiber are Corrosion Test Chambers used for testing the corrosion resistance of metallic surfaces and outer protective layer of coatings. They are used to create a highly corrosive environment rich in corrosive gases and natural humid conditions to induce accelerated corrosion in protective coatings of machines and equipments, electrical items, electronic parts and components, mechanical constructions, automobile and aircraft parts and components etc. Since the corrosive action of Sulphur dioxide also depends on specific temperature and humidity conditions and the presence of other contaminants, the Weiber Sulphur Dioxide Test Chambers are designed to create optimal conditions of temperature and humidity and also make provisions for introducing impurities and contaminants. These equipments operate across a wide temperature range, creating variations in the working temperature to mimic a natural weathering environment.
The SO2 Test Chambers from Weiber are designed in accordance with international standards and can be completely customized according to specific requirements. They use advanced and sophisticated technology to ensure safe and reliable operation and are easy to use and maintain. These equipments are available in visually appealing aesthetic designs and find widespread usage in industrial manufacturing units and research organizations. They are designed for diverse and versatile applications and often function as fog test chambers and automobile accelerated corrosion test chambers.