Email Us
thermal shock chamber
temperature shock test chamber
thermal shock test chamber
temperature shock chamber
thermal shock test chamber
thermal shock chamber
temperature shock test chamber
thermal shock test chamber
temperature shock chamber
thermal shock test chamber

Thermal Shock Chamber

LIB thermal shock chamber has types: basket type, three-room type, and horizontal movement type. Including air to air hot cold shock test, air to liquid shock test and liquid to liquid shock test. According to different test requirements, customers choose suitable ther shock test chamber for testing.

Model: TS-162, TS-340, TS-500, TS-1000

Standard: AAMA501, ASTM D4169-16, IEC 61215, IEC 61646, IEC61108, IEC62688, MIL-STD-813D 

Thermal Shock Chamber Features and Benefits

1. The thermal shock chamber has upper and lower basket type and static damper type.

2. The thermal shock test chamber can realize air-to-air, air-to-liquid and liquid-to-liquid shock test.

3. From obtaining customer needs, to discussing solutions, production, transportation, installation and commissioning, LIB can realize one-stop solutions.

4. The thermal shock chamber is mainly used in high and low temperature shock test of automobiles, EV batteries, electronic products and etc.

Specifications of Thermal Shock Chamber






Internal Dimensions (mm)





Overall Dimension (mm)





Interior Volume (mm)





Loading Capacity





Pre-heat Room

Upper limit Temperature


Heating Time

Ambient ~ + 200℃, within 30 minutes

Pre-cool Room

Lower limit Temperature


Cooling time

Ambient ~ -70℃, within 30 minutes

Test Room

High Temperature  Exposure Range

Ambient +20 ~ +200°C

Low temperature Exposure Range

–65 ~ -5°C

Temperature Fluctuation


Temperature Deviation

≤±3 ℃

Temperature Recovery Time

Within 5 minutes

Cooling System

Mechanical compression refrigeration system


Programmable color LCD touch screen controller, Ethernet connection

Safety Device

Over-temperature protection, Over-current protection; Refrigerant high-pressure protection; Earth leakage protection

Exterior Material

Steel Plate with protective coating

Interior Material

SUS304 stainless steel

Observation Window

Interior lighting, double-layer thermo stability silicone rubber sealing

Standard Configuration

2 shelves

Thermal Shock Chamber Construction

LIB 2-zone hot cold thermal shock test chamber is available in small capacity and large capacity to meet different testing requirements. Test can be performed during thermal shock testing from -70 to +200°C.The specimen automatic transferred from cold chamber to hot chamber by basket. The basket slides vertically and smoothly through rails, to make the specimen is exposed to the two chambers.

The construction of a thermal shock chamber typically includes the following components:

1. Insulated chamber: The main body of the chamber is typically constructed from stainless steel or other high-quality materials to provide insulation and durability. The chamber is divided into two compartments – a hot compartment and a cold compartment.

2. Heating and cooling systems: The hot compartment is equipped with a heating system, such as electric heaters or gas burners, to rapidly raise the temperature. The cold compartment is equipped with a cooling system, such as compressors or liquid nitrogen, to rapidly lower the temperature.

3. Temperature control system: A PID temperature control system is used to precisely regulate the temperature in each compartment. This system may include sensors, heaters, and coolers to maintain the desired temperature levels.

4. Transfer mechanism: A transfer mechanism, such as a conveyor belt or robotic arm, is used to move the test samples between the hot and cold compartments. This allows for rapid temperature changes and ensures consistent testing conditions.

5. Safety features: Thermal shock chambers are equipped with safety features to protect operators and prevent damage to the equipment. This may include emergency stop buttons, overheat protection, and automatic shutdown systems.

Overall, the construction of a thermal shock chamber involves a combination of high-quality materials, precise temperature control systems, and safety features to create a reliable and effective testing environment for a wide range of materials and products.

Thermal Shock Chamber Functions and Uses

Thermal shock chambers are specialized testing devices that subject materials to extreme temperature fluctuations in order to assess their ability to withstand rapid changes in temperature. These chambers are commonly used in the aerospace, automotive, electronics, and telecommunications industries to evaluate the reliability and performance of materials and products under varying thermal conditions.

The main functions and uses of thermal shock chambers include:

1. Testing for product reliability: Thermal shock chambers are used to simulate real-world conditions that products may be exposed to, such as sudden temperature changes during transportation or operation. By subjecting materials to rapid thermal cycling, manufacturers can assess the reliability and durability of their products.

2. Evaluating material properties: Thermal shock chambers are also used to study the thermal properties of materials, such as their thermal expansion, contraction, and conductivity. This information is crucial for designing products that can withstand temperature fluctuations without compromising their performance.

3. Quality control: Thermal shock chambers are a key tool in quality control processes, allowing manufacturers to identify potential defects or weaknesses in materials and products before they reach the market. By subjecting samples to extreme temperature changes, manufacturers can detect any flaws that may lead to product failure.

4. Research and development: Thermal shock chambers are used in research and development to study the effects of temperature fluctuations on materials and products. Researchers can use these chambers to test new materials, coatings, or manufacturing processes to determine their suitability for specific applications.

5. Compliance testing: Many industries have specific standards and regulations regarding the performance of materials and products under extreme temperature conditions. Thermal shock chambers are used to conduct compliance testing to ensure that products meet these requirements and are safe for use.

Overall, thermal shock chambers play a crucial role in evaluating the performance, reliability, and durability of materials and products under varying thermal conditions. By subjecting samples to extreme temperature fluctuations, manufacturers can identify potential issues and make informed decisions to improve the quality of their products.

Thermal Shock Chamber Working Principle

LIB TS series thermal shock chamber has two independently controlled hot and cold zones, the specimen automatic transferred between different temperature zones. Users can easily observe the product as it’s transferred between different temperature zones through built-in viewing windows.

The working principle of a thermal shock chamber involves the following steps:

1. The product to be tested is placed inside the thermal shock chamber, which consists of three separate compartments: a hot chamber, a cold chamber, and a transfer mechanism.

2. The hot chamber is heated to a high temperature, typically ranging from 50°C to 200°C, while the cold chamber is cooled to a low temperature, usually ranging from -40°C to -100°C.

3. The transfer mechanism rapidly moves the product back and forth between the hot and cold chambers, exposing it to extreme temperature changes within a short period of time, typically in a matter of seconds.

4. The rapid temperature changes cause thermal stress on the product, which can lead to cracking, warping, or other forms of damage if the product is not able to withstand the thermal shock.

5. The product is then evaluated for any visible signs of damage or tested for functionality to determine its ability to withstand thermal shock.

Overall, the working principle of a thermal shock chamber involves subjecting a product to extreme temperature changes in a controlled environment to assess its thermal resistance and durability.

contact info
Xi'an LIB Environmental Simulation Industry
No.6 Zhangba First Street, High-Tech Area, Xi'an City, Shanxi Province, P.R. China 710065
To Know More About LIB Environmental Test Chamber, Please Contact Us.

What Industries Can Thermal Shock Chamber Be Appilied For

Latest News About LIB
Explore More Environmental Test Chamber News
Contact Us
No.6 Zhangba First Street, High-Tech Area, Xi'an City, Shanxi Province, P.R. China 710065
No.6 Zhangba First Street, High-Tech Area, Xi'an City, Shanxi Province, P.R. China 710065 0086-29-68918976