Manufacturing & Services    Integration Equipment

Ricor's specialized equipment supports the integration process between Ricor's miniature cryogenic cooler and the customer's Dewar detector.
The equipment includes a boil off rate station, fill and purge station and test station for cryogenic performance measurement, and motor assembly test bench.

Boil off Rate Station

BS-4230 is Ricor's Boil off Rate Station designed for measuring the self-heat load of a Dewar Detector. The measuring method is based on the liquid nitrogen evaporation rate.
The Boil off Rate test station is comprised of two separate channels that enable the simultaneous testing of two Dewar Detectors.
The station produces the Dewar slope, which is used to convert the Dewar Detector self-heat load from the flow rate (Sccm) to the heat load (mW).

Fill and Purge Station

FS-3530 is a Fill and Purge station for Ricor's micro coolers. The station is used during the integration process to pressurize the cooler with helium by an adjustable pressure regulator. It can operate either in the automatic or manual mode while the process is displayed on the station screen.

Test Station

TS-2570C is a test station for Ricor's micro coolers, integrated with a simulation Dewar or Dewar Detector. The station can measure a variety of cryogenic performances including cool down time, power consumption and steady state temperature.
The cryogenic test results are displayed numerically or graphically on the test station screen.

Five Channel Test Station

TS-2575 is a test station for Ricor's micro coolers integrated with the simulation Dewar or Dewar Detector. The station can test up to 5 cryogenic coolers simultaneously and measure cryogenic performances including cool down time, power consumption and steady state temperature.
The cryogenic test results are displayed numerically or graphically on the test station screen.

Motor Assembly Test Bench

MB-2010 is a Diagnostic Station designated for testing Ricor cryogenic coolers.
It serves as a final testing station for testing the motor assembly and its functionality.
The various parameters tested by the station are: voltage, current, capacitance and inductance.
Test results are displayed on the test bench screen and can be supplied as part of the ATR.