Are you looking for a stability chamber for environmental simulation, material testing and stability testing which is quiet, space-saving, environmentally friendly and at the same time extremely economical? Then choose the innovative Peltier technology in the HPP constant climate chamber for stable and precise long-term tests. The temperature control from +0 ºC to +70 ºC, as well as the active humidification and dehumidification from 10% to 90% rh, are optimally tuned to the requirements of stability analysis.
Temperature range up to +70 °C
6 model sizes (108 to 1360 litres volume)
1 model variant: TwinDISPLAY
digitally controlled active humidification and dehumidification up to 90%
Double doors for prevention of contamination and drops or rises in temperature, and at the same time an optimal view of the sensitive load through wide-area interior glass doors (size 2200 three leaves)
Most stability tests are performed at a temperature close to the ambient temperature. Here, the impressive economy of the heating and cooling concept with Peltier elements can be seen, already proven thousands of times in Memmert appliances. Over the course of a test run lasting several months, energy savings of up to 90 % can be achieved. Because it runs so quietly, the constant climate chamber is ideal not only for environment simulation and long-term material tests, but also for breeding insects, zebra fish and reptiles.
Constant Illumination Options
As an alternative, you can choose cold white light (6,500 Kelvin) or a combination of cold white and warm white light (2,700 Kelvin), dimmable in steps of 1%.
Unique Constant Climate Advantages
intuitive and easy-to-use operating menu
temperature and humidity ramps programmable via AtmoCONTROL software
almost exclusive use of high-quality, corrosion-resistant and easily cleanable stainless steel for the working chamber and housing
Peltier heating and cooling concept specifically adapted for a precise and homogenous temperature control
a wide range of options for programming and documentation using interfaces, integrated data logger and software AtmoCONTROL