Structural characteristics of step-in aging room: aging room is a professional equipment, in the capacity and specifications of the design must meet the current needs of various products, but also must ensure the stability of their work, so it must be high-quality, safe and reliable, while facing the rapid growth of the future market development needs, it should be flexible, open, with a certain degree of scalability. The following design principles are followed in the design: 1、实用性、稳定性和先进性：
1. Practicability, stability and advancement:
Adopt advanced and mature technology and equipment to meet the current needs of customers, and take into account the needs of future products, as far as possible to use the most stable and practical components and materials.
2. Safety and reliability:
Double alarm system (sound and light) for abnormal aging process is adopted to fully protect the safety of products and surrounding environmental equipment.
3. Flexibility and scalability:
The specific requirements put forward by customers must be met in the design. For future product demand, it also provides a certain space. So the aging room has good flexibility and expansibility. It can support aging of various models.
4. Stageability of the project:
In the design of aging house project, the whole project and equipment are modular structure, which is equivalent to the project can be carried out in stages, and each phase of the project can be seamlessly combined without causing repetitive construction and waste.
5. Economy and investment protection:
Build aging houses with high cost performance ratio, so as to maximize the output and input of funds. It can maintain the operation of the system with lower cost and fewer personnel. It meets the requirement of load and environment. Improve efficiency. As far as possible to retain and extend the practical application capacity of the equipment, make full use of investment in capital and technology.
Due to the complexity of the aging room, with the continuous improvement of product requirements for the aging room, the task of management is bound to become increasingly onerous. Therefore, in the design process, we must take into account the management of the future, such as the removability of a single load, the adjustability of the load, the expansion of the power system, the integration of the control system, and the implementation of the most humanized design for the management of the aging room.