In modern life, "low carbon" has become a living habit and trend, which not only makes our lives better, but also saves production costs. Below we introduce some common power saving tips for constant temperature and humidity test chambers, hoping to help everyone.
1. Placement position: The constant temperature and humidity test box should be placed in a cool and ventilated place, away from direct sunlight, away from heat sources, and proper space should be left on the left and right sides of the top of the constant temperature and humidity test box and the back when placed to facilitate Heat dissipation. Because the high ambient temperature around the constant temperature and humidity test chamber will increase the power consumption of the test chamber.
2. After the constant temperature and humidity test chamber is used for a period of time, some frost will be produced. If the defrost cannot be performed regularly, the refrigeration effect will be affected, and the power consumption will increase, and the compressor may even be damaged. Therefore, whenever the thickness of frost is more than 7cm, it should be defrosted.
3. Every time you open the door of the box, there will be exposed cold air and hot air intruding, so you have to run the compressor again for cooling. Therefore, when accessing samples, try to reduce the number of door openings and opening time, open and close the door quickly, and the door opening angle should be as small as possible.
4. Always pay attention to "bath" the constant temperature and humidity test chamber. The surface of the compressor and condenser should be cleaned every two to three months. The more dust, the worse the heat dissipation effect, and the greater the power consumption. Clean When you need to cut off the power, wipe clean with a damp cloth.
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