Thermal Vacuum Chamber (TVC)

The thermal vacuum chambers are equipment mainly used to simulate environmental space conditions. The most common applications of a Thermal Vacuum Chamber (TVC) are related to the tests of satellite performance, control of the thermal cycle and testing of components, subsystems, and complete satellites in a fully controlled environment. The tests are able to accurately reproduce the conditions of the space through the simultaneous control of two environmental parameters: Pressure and Temperature.

Features thermal:
Solar simulator
Thermal plate
Temperature controlled shroud
Specimen length [mm]: 3750.0
Specimen width/dia [mm]: 1600.0
Specimen height/thk [mm]: 2250.0
Mass max. [kg]: 2100.0
Higher temperature [K]: 423.15
Lower temperature [K]: 203.15
Temperature change rate [±K/min]: 2.0
Solar simulator intensity max. [W/m²]: 0
Vacuum limit [hPa] [mbar]: 5x10-5
Cleanroom classes (ISO 14644-1):
ISO Class ≤5
ISO Class 6
ISO Class 7
ISO Class 8
ISO Class 9
ISO/IEC 17025
ISO 9001
Keywords: TVC, TV test, thermal vacuum cycling, thermal cycling, LAPAN, Brin, Indonesia