Chilling system with an extended exhaust nozzle for direct tempering with a continuous N2-gas jet
Gas chilling: low-temperature cooling system for applications to -180° C
The gas-based chilling system from the company KGW-Isotherm is designed for a temperature range from -180° to +120° C; the system is separated from the specimen being cooled. The cooling power is produced by using liquid nitrogen (N2). In principle, liquid nitrogen is first evaporated and then tempered in a heat exchanger, generating a consistently temperature-controlled gas jet. The object/specimen can then be exposed to this gas jet either directly or indirectly via a tempering chamber (under protective gas, if necessary).
- Thermal testing of plastics, metals, compound materials, etc.
- Cooling of electronic components
- Deep-freezing for specimen chambers
- Tempering of specimens for
- Tensile, compression, or torque testing
Cyclical loading tests