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Cincinnati Sub-Zero


Cincinnati Sub-Zero has published these technical articles:

(Calibration and Testing Services)
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A key element of the new product development cycle for companies in the automotive, military, medical device, and electronics industries is shock and mechanical vibration testing. For unbiased... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Test Equipment)
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It is important to inform the chamber manufacturer of the type of product being test in the chamber. However, if all the details are not given to the chamber manufacturer, the resulting selection may... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Test Equipment)
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Your company has just developed a new product, and now it is your job to select an environmental chamber to test it.... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Test Equipment)
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A glossary of common environmental testing terms.... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Test Equipment)
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A distinction between test chambers is the temperature range in which the chamber will operate. Most manufacturers have a standard high temperature range of 177°C to 190°C (350°F to 375°F) for... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Test Equipment)
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Expendable refrigerants are liquid/gases that can be injected directly into the space being cooled or into heat exchangers, similar to mechanical systems. As the liquid enters the chamber (directly or... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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The refrigeration system removes heat from the product and the air which lowers the temperature in the chamber. The heat is moved through the refrigeration system and rejected at the condenser. There... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Test Equipment)
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Why do CSZ's larger test chambers need cooling water? The water is used to cool the large capacity refrigeration systems at its condenser (where the refrigerant changes phase from a gas to a... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Test Equipment)
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Humidity is probably one of the most misunderstood topics when it comes to environmental test chambers. This is due to the fact that Relative Humidity percentage is temperature specific. For example,... (View Full Article)
(Test Equipment Maintenance and Repair)
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Air contracts as it cools. When a chamber is pulling down, it actually causes outside room air to be "sucked" into the chamber workspace. The moisture in the air will be drawn to and freeze on the... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Test Equipment)
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Some potential items to consider when moving your new test chamber into your facility along with items to review for installation.... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Test Equipment)
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You must make sure to complete comprehensive chamber maintenance to help ensure the performance and longevity of your testing chamber. This article describes an environmental test chamber maintenance... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Services)
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De-Ionized (DI) or Reverse Osmosis (RO) water is recommended for use with our humidity systems. Water should be provided within 0.05 to 2MO (Megohm) resistivity, using DI or RO water outside of these... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Test Equipment)
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With the ever increasing concern of global warming and lower energy costs, there is a growing need for alternative energy that is both clean and affordable. Solar Energy is one alternative that uses... (View Full Article)
(Product and Material Testing)
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Many products in the telecommunications industry are required to meet various Telcordia (Bellcore) Generic Requirement (GR) specifications to establish product quality and reliability. Several of... (View Full Article)
(Product and Material Testing)
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Automotive and electrical components that need be thermal-cycled come in many shapes and sizes, as do test chambers. But one size definitely does not fit all. Just try to force your half-buck fixture... (View Full Article)
(Product and Material Testing)
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HALT and HASS technology uses a combination of accelerated stresses to expose product flaws early in the design and manufacturing stages.... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Test Equipment)
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We will briefly review the various types of batteries along with the qualifications tests that are performed. In product research and development, testing becomes a critical component. Mitigating... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Test Equipment)
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In 1963, Cincinnati Sub-Zero Products, LLC. published a booklet entitled "Retained Austenite -Compression Block Studies Evaluate the Benefits of Sub-Zeroing". The contents were technical and attempted... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Test Equipment)
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As CFC refrigerants are becoming more difficult to find for servicing existing equipment, and as they become more expensive, several CSZ customers have called us asking for guidelines to retrofit new... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Test Equipment)
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Environmental Stress Screening (ESS) is a means of screening electronic assemblies at the most cost-effective point of manufacture to expose defects that can't be detected by visual inspection or... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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With the end of new CFC production on January 1, 1996, concentration is focusing on the phase-out schedule for HCFCs. Below is a table that shows relevant dates for HCFCs. Of particular note for... (View Full Article)