Steam aging tester is designed to meet military and commercial Hi-Rel specifications (MIL-STD 202, Method 208, and others) for artificial aging of all electronic components and circuit boards. This includes high density, discrete components, relays, transistors, capacitors, SMT, and axial components. These steam aging chamber applied for the testing of sealing property for multi-layer circuit board, IC sealing package, LCD screen, LED, semi-conductor, magnetic materials, NdFeB, rare earths and magnet iron, in which the resistance to pressure and air tightness for above mentioned products can be tested out.
Wewon’s steam aging tester is offered with several configuration options to ensure it meets the needs of each customer. The standard configuration offers a single steam aging test chamber for large components. The steam aging test chamber can be equipped with 3 individually timed, ESD protected drawers with a unique closure mechanism that reduces steam escapement during drawer removal. Both systems provide complete monitoring and control of steam or water temperature and feature automatic timing of the test duration.
|Temp.Range||R.T+10°C ~ +98°C||R.T+10°C ~ +98°C|
|Temp.Constancy||±0.3 °C||±0.3 °C|
|Heating Up (min)||45 Minutes||40 Minutes|
|Temp.Resolution||±0.1 °C||±0.1 °C|
|Material Insulation||PU & Fiberglass wool||PU & Fiberglass wool|
|Controller Unit||Digital Controller||S.S.R.With P.I.D|
|Safety Devices (Note)||Overheating Pretector||Overheating Pretector|
|Safety Devices (Note)||Water Shortage||Steam Outlet Hole|
|Power Source(K.W.)||AC 1Ψ 220V, 50Hz||AC 1Ψ 230V, 60Hz|
Wewon’s steam aging tester is a versatile tool that is designed to meet the needs of each customer. It comes with several configuration options to ensure that it can be tailored to the specific requirements of any application. The standard configuration of the steam aging tester includes a single steam aging test chamber designed for testing large components.
The steam aging chamber can be fitted with three individually timed and ESD protected drawers that feature a unique closure mechanism, which reduces steam escapement when drawers are removed. The system also provides complete control and monitoring of steam or water temperature, and comes with automatic timing of the test duration. Wewon’s steam aging tester is a reliable and efficient tool for carrying out steam aging tests for various applications and industries.
|●||Overall of the steam aging tester made of stainless steel SUS # 304HL, simple operation settings. Microcomputer digital LED control with time planning function , the maximum set 9,990 mins.||Equipment Features|
|●||Parts, connectors, passive components , semiconductors oxidation test pin high temperature and humidity.|
|●||Metal pin soldering test accelerated aging test. Multiple overtemperature protection / water cut heating and other safety devices.|
|●||The touch- PID + SSR temperature controller, timer function while a time , set the 9990 maximum fractional unlimited.|
Operation steps of steam aging tester according to MIL-STD 202, Method 208. You can familiarize yourself with the specific methods and procedures from the following steps.
|●||1. Prepare the test samples: Cut the test specimens from the material to be tested according to the required dimensions specified in the MIL-STD 202, Method 208. Clean the test specimens to remove any dirt or contaminants.|
|●||2. Place the test samples in the steam aging chamber: Open the steam aging chamber and place the test samples inside on the test fixtures. Make sure that the samples are positioned away from each other and are not touching the chamber walls.|
|●||3. Close the chamber: Ensure that the chamber is securely closed and sealed to prevent any steam from escaping during the test.|
|●||4. Set the test parameters: Input the test parameters into the steam aging tester, including the predetermined temperature, pressure, and duration of the test as specified in MIL-STD 202, Method 208. Steam Aging Test Chamber China Manufacturer|
|●||5. Start the aging cycle: Once the settings are confirmed, start the aging cycle of the samples inside the chamber.|
|●||6. Monitor the test: Continuously monitor the test to ensure that the temperature, humidity, and pressure inside the chamber remain constant throughout the testing period.|
|●||7. Remove the samples: After the test has completed, carefully remove the test samples from the aging chamber and allow them to cool down to room temperature.|
|●||8. Inspect the samples: Inspect the test specimens for any changes or physical degradation caused by the aging process.|
|●||9. Analyze the results: Based on the observed changes in the physical properties of the test samples, determine whether the material meets the required MIL-STD 202, Method 208 criteria.|