Kambic series of climate chambers

Kambic climate chambers are suitable for various applications such as long-term or stability tests, calibration laboratories, material test laboratories, material conditioning, or ageing tests. Equipped with PID-controlled temperature regulation and a water bath for humidity regulation, Kambic climate cabinets ensure maximized precision as well as stable temperature and humidity distribution, as reported by their manufacturer.

A visual and auditory alarm in the event of a fault, mechanical temperature protection when the maximum temperature is exceeded, an internal chamber made of 14301 stainless steel as well as software for control and documentation of the chamber by the user are other key features of Kambic climate cabinets.

The climate cabinet is available in different models, from the small-size table-top chamber through standard chambers to special customized solutions. Walk-in climate chambers are also available.


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