Thermal Cycling

We offer a range of thermal cycling test chambers that allow for the alternating of cooling and heating materials such as composites, plastics, ceramics and more, for the purpose of increasing strength and enhancing quality.

Please browse our test chambers below and contact us for additional information.

The Galaxy™ HALT/HASS systems are integrated test chamber/vibration table packages. These chambers are outfitted with a liquid nitrogen (LN2) cooling systems in order to provide the rapid thermal change rates required to achieve maximum product stress. The vibration table is a six degree-of-freedom (6DoF) tri-axial pneumatic vibration table.
TWO ZONE, SINGLE CAPACITY (-2) (One hot zone & one cold zone) The products under test travel via a carrier basket, alternating between the hot and cold zones. TWO ZONE, DOUBLE CAPACITY (-2D) (Two hot zones & one cold zone) In the two zone, double capacity system, the cold zone is always in use, which...
The TS Series is a liquid-to-liquid thermal shock bath designed to operate for semiconductor devices within current military standards (Mil-Std 883 Method 1011.8 and Mil-Std 202 Method 107G, and with a load between 7.5 and 10 lbs. Through the use of a robotic arm the basket is able to travel between the hot and cold...
TWO ZONE, SINGLE CAPACITY (-2) (One hot zone & one cold zone) The products under test travel via a vertical lift elevator, alternating between the hot and cold zones. TWO ZONE, DOUBLE CAPACITY (-2D) (Two hot zones & one cold zone) In the two zone, double capacity system, the cold zone is always in use,...
The TS-120 test chamber consists of two independently controlled chambers, one that is hot and one that is cold. The temperature shock between hot and cold is achieved thanks to the rapid transfer of the specimens on the lift and the subsequent exposure to a wide range of temperatures.  
The TS-60 test chamber is made of two independently controlled chambers. One chamber is hot and the other one is cold. The temperature shock between hot and cold is created with the rapid transfer of the specimens on the lift and the subsequent exposure to a wide range of temperatures.