Test chamber for the pharmaceutical industry Q20
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test chamber for the pharmaceutical industry
test chamber for the pharmaceutical industry
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Characteristics

Applications
for the pharmaceutical industry
Tested parameter
temperature, humidity
Number of doors
1-door
Other characteristics
on casters, heating, cooling
Temperature range

Max.: 40 °C (104 °F)

25 °C, 30 °C (77 °F)

Min.: 18 °C (64.4 °F)

Capacity

21.4 ft³

Description

Q20- Stability testing chamber Canden stability testing chamber is capable of maintaining stable temperature set points of 25°c , 30°c & 40°c and corresponding relative humidity set points of 60%RH(@25°c), 65%RH(@30°c) and 75% RH(@40°c) with exceptional precision. The chamber has a wide operating temperature range of 18°c t to 40°c maintaining a stable temperature across the entire range. This chamber provides outstanding stability testing performance for manufacturers of pharmaceuticals, biologics, food, and personal care products. Canden stability chambers’ performance meets ICH Q1A general case guidelines for pharmaceutical stability testing. Chamber is designed with horizontal airflow for uniform sample exposure. Chamber uses thermoelectric assembly for heating and cooling. This type of cooling/heating system completely eliminates need for conventional refrigeration system and failures due to mechanical components such as compressors thereby drastically increasing the life expectancy of each chamber. Maintenance cost is also lowered by the thermoelectric/Peltier driven heating/cooling system. The chamber is quiet while in operation. Chamber temperature set points are tightly controlled using PID controller. Relative humidity set points are achieved via ultrasonic humidification.

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