Innovative Test Solutions has several furnaces which are designed to do cyclic testing at elevated temperatures up to 3,100 degrees Fahrenheit.

Most often, the materials being tested are 1 inch in diameter and not more than a quarter of an inch thick.  

Typically, a furnace cycle test consists of a temperature ramp, dwell at temperature for a specified time, then forced air cooled for the desired time. The process is repeated for the desired number of cycles to complete the test. 

For thermal exposure testing, these furnaces can test the desired specimen within the temperatures stated above, for the necessary dwell time.  

For more information regarding furnace cycle testing request a quote below.

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