Bahnson’s reach-in chambers are finely crafted to satisfy customers’ most stringent, precise conditions for a wide array of research, development, and manufacturing applications.
When assessing the performance of an environmental chamber, it is crucial to consider factors beyond temperature control and to take into account uniformity and repeatability. All chambers are designed to reach certain temperatures or relative humidity (RH) set points, and most chambers specify control accuracy. However, few chambers are designed to achieve volumetric uniformity, a measure that indicates identical conditions across every inch of storage space. The Bahnson reach-in chambers deliver precise volumetric uniformity, with measurable temperature and RH uniformities down to 0.3°C and 3 percent.
At BES, we designed the reach-in line to eliminate frost. Our chambers are capable of removing moisture from air circulation —without sacrificing temperature uniformity. For additional protection, we never place sensors in glycol, which can mask temperature spikes.
Environmental chambers deal with highly sensitive products, which is why 100-percent mechanical redundancy of systems is essential. Unlike many reach-in chambers, the double- and triple-wide models of the series can be equipped with system redundancy to keep contents safe in the event of a mechanical failure.
Our chambers come in a range of sizes and design specifications that allow them to meet some of the most demanding applications, specialized storage requirements, and unique conditions. Bahnson Environmental Specialties can manufacture chambers to meet special size, voltage, or range requirements not accommodated below. Please speak with a sales associate to discuss your needs.