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Environmental Test Chambers

Environmental Test Chambers

Environmental test chambers are used for examining the effects of climatic conditions, such as temperature and humidity, on biological and industrial products, materials, packaging and electronic devices and components.

Also known as climatic chambers, each environmental test chamber can be programmed to allow the assessment of a product's condition and reliability over time, and find any manufacturing, assembling or other defects or weaknesses. By placing product within a controlled environment, our test chambers are able to simulate environmental conditions over a short or prolonged period of time, to help identify the activity of product decay and degradation. They also help calculate the number of years products or materials will last for.

An environmental test chamber artificially replicates conditions which machinery, materials, devices or components might be exposed to. It is also used to accelerate the effects of exposure to the environment, sometimes at conditions not actually expected.

Climatic chamber testing is a broad category of ways to simulate climate or excessive ambient conditions exposure for a product or a material under laboratory-controlled, yet often accelerated, conditions. Manufactured samples, specimens, or components are placed inside the chamber and subjected to one or more environmental parameters to determine reliability or measure after-effects such as corrosion. 

Many chambers are set at a certain set of conditions whilst others can be programmed to cycle through specified sequences of conditions. 

We have a selection of test chambers for temperature, humidity and light stability with sizes from 25 up to 1540 litres and with a temperature range from -70oC up 150oC.