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VT 3050

500 Litre Temperature Test Space that takes up less than 1 m² Floor Space

A 500 l test space that takes up less than 1m² floor space. The VT 3050 has ample space for accommodating your test specimens. A glass door (option) allows a clear view on the test specimen.


The VT 3050 testing system for testing assembly offers even in the standard version a wide range of equipment

  • User-friendly 3.5” TFT colour touch panel
  • Digital measuring and control system Simpac
  • Simpati program tool on CD ROM for convenient programming of control via PC
  • Adjustable software temperature limiter min./max.
  • Independent, adjustable temperature limiter tmin/tmax
  • Potential-free contact for switching-off of test specimens
  • Test space illumination
  • Mobile design
  • 1 Entry port 80 mm dia.
  • 1 Stainless steel shelf
  • Air-cooled refrigeration unit
  • WKD-calibration of 2 temperature values
  • Ethernet interface
  • USB interface


Reliable temperature tests ranging from -30 °C to +100 °C for a large variety of applications are possible with the VT3050:

  • Pre-ageing of equipment
  • Constant temperature tests
  • Changing temperature tests on materials, structural elements and finished products
  • Testing of total assemblies in the electrical and electronic industries
  • Functional tests applying various ambient temperatures
  • Ascertaining the "clouding" behaviour of beer ("forcing test")


Thanks to our wide range of additional components our VT 3050 can be adapted perfectly to suit your needs and requirements.

  • Software Simpati
  • Digital I/O
  • Temperature measuring on test specimen switchable by reversible control sensor
  • Dehumidification during heating cycle
  • Additional entry ports
  • Additional shelves
  • Glazed door
  • Special voltages
  • Water-cooled design
  • Compressed air dryer (uncontrolled)
  • GN2 / compressed air connection
  • Reinforced cooling unit
  • Temperature extension to -40 °C
  • Drawer on telescopic rails
VT 3050


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