Device for measuring moisture in a sample
The device is used to measure the residual moisture in the sample. The test sample is filled with dried gas. The device then circulates the dried air through the sample and at the same time measures the amount of moisture in the air. The dried gas absorbs moisture in the sample, which is then measured on a hygrometer. The whole test is evaluated after stabilization of humidity, including a graph.
Device for flushing of test samples
The device is designed for removal of impurities from the part manufacturing process.
The device is connected into a single whole with its own control system and SW. The device is designed to allow for individual selection of the flushing sequence with subsequent drying.
Device for testing of internal purity
With this device, products can be flushing with liquid freon HFE 7200. Where the liquid passes through a cascaded filtration, where pure liquid enters the sample. It removes impurities from the sample and is captured at the outlet through a measuring filter. The measuring filter is then examined under a microscope and the size of the particles and the type in the sample are measured.
BURST TEST exchanger pressure testing device
The device was designed and manufactured to allow for pressure tests of test samples. Adjustable pressure value ranges from 1 to 500 Bar. Water or oil is used as the pressure-generating medium.
The device also has the option of setting the rate of pressure increase.
The device is controlled from PC with the option of printing the outputs to protocols.
Steam generating device (humidification control)
The device is used for steam production, for an independent humidification system. The treated water is supplied to a preheating tank and then passed to a steam generator. Depending on the required pressure, it switches the heating heaters and generates steam with the required overpressure for the entire system. The steam produced is then injected by means of a nozzle and precisely metered by means of proportional control valves.