Circulators And Baths
Circulators & baths are mainly used in laboratories for controlling temperature. There can be refrigerated or heated circulators and baths available. They are primarily used for cooling or heating liquid samples to maintain or obstruct various reactions. There are some varieties of circulators and baths, which are used to agitate samples.
- Baths are usually made of stainless steel with immersion circulators.
- Proper design of circulators and baths include a number of physical and mechanical features.
- Circulators and bath featuring conventional design have separate heating and cooling devices, which are immersed in bath liquid.
- The bath fluid needs to stirred effectively to maintain an even temperature.
- The stirring of fluid should be done very carefully so that there is no bubble formation in the fluid.
- The equipment is provided with a temperature control system, including the temperature sensor in order to maintain uniform temperature for longer duration.
- The most commonly used fluids in circulators and baths are oil and water.
- A wide variety of high-dielectric fluids are also used for temperatures below 32º F and above 212º F. In this case, use of water would not be feasible.
Cleanrooms create a contamination-free environment and can vary from small chambers, also known as the microenvironments to very large rooms, popularly known as ballrooms. These rooms are free from all kinds of impurities and are ideal for manufacturing and assembling in technologically advanced industries.
This technology finds wide application in a number of industries. Some of the popular industries are:
- Semiconductor Assembly
- Medical Equipment
Environment Test Chambers
They are mainly used to test the reliability of various products and components, on continuous exposure to various environmental conditions. Environmental test chambers include digital readout, analog meter or video display with test results; and provide heating and cooling effect.
There are some environmental test chambers that control emissions from various equipment under properly controlled conditions. Again there are some test chambers that subject various products, components and samples to extreme humidity, thermal cycling or extreme temperatures.
Environmental chambers are used to test the reliability of products and components. They find wide application in the following areas.
- Fiber Optics
- Medical field
- RF Microwave
- Electronic and non-electronic
- Military Defense
Leak Testing Equipment
Leak testing equipment refers to a class of nondestructive testing equipment commonly used to measure the escape of liquids, vacuum or gases from sealed components or systems. There are some arrangement of leak testing equipment that require a separate sensor or leak detector as an input. These devices are often equipped with various other components such as calibrators, gauges, pumps and cases.
These equipment find a wide application in the following areas:
- Research & Development
- System Manufacturing
- Refrigeration Manufacturing
- Air Conditioning Manufacturing
- Chemical Industry
- Analytical Requirements
- Automotive Component Industry
- Oil & Gas Plants
Vacuum chambers are versatile in use and are suitable for various studies and experiments. These can be used for various purposes and in different fields.
There are applicable in many fields. Some of the areas where they are commonly used are:
- Product Testing
- Altitude Testing
- Vacuum Potting
- Vacuum Encapsulation
It is a very simple electronic test equipment used for determining the presence or absence of an electric voltage in an equipment under test. This is a simple electric lamp connected with one or two insulated wire leads.
- Electrical devices
- Electronic circuits
- Audio visual appliances
Time Down Reflectometer
A time-domain reflectometer (TDR) is an electronic instrument used to characterize and detect faults in metallic cables such as twisted wire pairs, coaxial cables and in the Optical time-domain reflectometer (OTDR) flavor, optical fibers. They serve as useful tools for locating problems in an optical network as they can compute the distance to breaks or attenuation. It also called time-down reflectometer.
TDR is typically used for testing very long cable runs, in cases where it is impossible to dig up or remove very long cables. They play an extremely important role in maintenance of telecommunication lines, as they can detect increasing resistance levels on joints and connectors as they corrode; and also growing insulation leakage as it degrades and absorbs moisture. With the help of TDR, faults in lines can be detected within very short depth.
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Voltmeter is an instrument commonly used for measuring the voltage between two points in an electric circuit. It also measures differences of electric potential in volts or units that are fractions or multiples of volts. A voltmeter can also be considered as a very high resistance ammeter as voltage can be measured by allowing it to pass current through a resistance.
The instrument is usually combined with an ammeter and an ohmmeter in a multipurpose instrument. Most voltmeters are analog types and based on a galvanometer.
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