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Chauvin Arnoux CA1875 Thermography Training Bench

The aim of this kit is to highlight the main causes of errors encountered when measuring with a thermographic camera.

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£946.00 excluding VAT £1,135.20 including VAT @ 20%
  • 50 °C heating plate
  • Study of spatial resolution
  • Study of reflection and transmission phenomena
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Chauvin Arnoux CA1875 Thermography Training Bench

For teaching students and apprentices the basics of practical thermography, the Chauvin Arnoux CA1875 Thermography Training Bench is an excellent tool. It can provide simple thermography training through the demonstration of thermographic exercises that show what happens in common construction situations. widths.

The bench can demonstrate how trouble spots can be located through thermography. For instances, issues with positioning, reflection and the emissivity of materials are covered. Problems with transmission can be effectively shown with use of the Plexiglas screen.

All materials used with the Chauvin Arnoux CA1875 Thermography Training Bench can be fitted compactly into position, and then the bench can be folded away for easy storage

The CA1875 Comes Supplied With:

  • CA1875 Training Bench
  • Carrying Bag
  • Experiment Guide
  • Test Screens
  • Power Supply Cable

This kit allows the following experiments to be carried out:

  • Problem of material emissivity

    - A material's emissivity (ε) is a characteristic of the material and its surface state, representing a body's capacity to absorb and re-emit radiated energy.
    - Major measurement errors can occur if this parameter is incorrectly assessed. To remedy this, the camera must be adjusted correctly.
    - Using plates with different emissivity values, the purpose of the operation is to highlight the impact of emissivity on temperature measurement.
  • Positioning problems

    For correct measurements, the camera must be positioned perpendicular to the target to be measured so that the
    emissivity value entered in the camera corresponds to reality. The purpose of the operation is to make this phenomenon
    clearly visible.

  • Problem of reflection and transmission

    Real objects only absorb a fraction (α) of the incident radiation, while reflecting a part of it (ρ) and transmitting only a fraction (τ).
    Thus, when making a thermographic measurement, the reflected radiation and infrared radiation transmission problems must be taken into account.
  • Problem of spatial resolution

    The purpose of this operation is to show what can and cannot be measured with an infrared camera. A target comprising several slots represents the various cable widths which may be encountered in an installation.


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ISSWWW and Chauvin Arnoux

The Chauvin Arnoux Group of companies, incorporating the Metrix and Multimetrix brands are synonymous with design and production of the finest quality products for the electrical testing industry, covering a diverse sector of the market for over 100 years. From their awarded Digiflex current sensors, universal testers, multimeters, network and power analysers, right up to laboratory instrumentation and beyond.

ISSWWW and Chauvin Arnoux have enjoyed a close working partnership for many years and we supply many of their products to trade and industry the world over.

Orders requiring calibration 

Whilst we take the greatest care to get all orders dispatched and delivered to you in the stated time frame, orders received PM and requiring
calibration may on occasion miss dispatch that day, according to the complexity of the calibration. Be assured they will ship on the next dispatch
this in most cases should not add more than 24 hours to your delivery.

Bank/Public Holidays

Predicted delivery times are based on regular trading days Monday to Friday. Public holidays, bank holidays and weekends are outside the usual scope 
of our dispatch and subject to activities/holidays of our carriers and therefore may incur additional days lead time to your order.


*UK Mainland (Temporarily revised June 2020)

Please note that regrettably, we have had to realign our delivery service options to those available from our carriers.
During the current situation surrounding the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, logistics from every company are under immense pressure to deliver goods on time.
We have taken the decision to temporarily limit our services rather than let our customers down.
We hope you will understand our position on this and we apologise unreservedly for the inconvenience we know this will cause.
We look forward to restoring our full delivery service schedule just as soon as we are able.

Standard FREE 1-2 Day Courier Delivery – UK Mainland only - Zones A & B

Included in the price for all orders over £75.00 (exc vat). Sent using express courier, delivered within 1-2 working days from the date of your order, subject to availability.

 

Next Day Anytime Delivery (Excluding Saturday & Sunday) – UK Mainland only - Zones A & B
Sent by express courier, delivered next day (excluding weekends) from the date of your order, subject to availability.

 

Orders must be placed before 3:00pm for a qualifying next day delivery and a telephone number supplied, subject to availability.

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Delivery Surcharges

Because of the high cost of carriage, we need to apply a surcharge on all deliveries made in the following regions bringing the carriage charges to:

  • Zones A & B  - Mainland delivery rates apply. 
  • Zone C - Scottish Highlands (Charges are calculated at the checkout).
  • Zone D - Outer Hebrides, Orkney Isles, Shetland Isles, Isle of Man, Scilly Isles, and Channel Islands (Charges are calculated at the checkout).
  • Zone E - Northern Ireland (Charges are calculated at the checkout).
  • Zone F - Republic of Ireland (Charges are calculated at the checkout).

Offshore Services

All offshore deliveries are a 2 day service as standard. This includes Channel Islands, Northern & Southern Ireland, Scottish Islands, Isle of Man and the Scilly Isles.

International Delivery

International delivery charges are automatically added to your order at the checkout. For any questions regarding international deliveries please contact us at sales@isswww.co.uk

Export 

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