Climate chambers are controlled environments crucial for research and development. They simulate diverse climatic conditions, aiding in product and material testing for performance, durability and reliability. Industries utilize them for electronics testing, studying the impact of condition changes, conducting weathering studies and calibrating sensitive instruments.
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Temperature Stability Tests
Thermal Cycling Tests
Accelerated Aging Tests
Humidity Stability Tests
Damp Heat Tests
Methods & Expertise for Research Infrastructure
Temperature Stability Tests: Assessing how products, materials, components, or devices perform under constant temperatures, both high and low.
Thermal Cycling Tests: Subjecting products, materials, components or devices to repeated cycles of heating and cooling to assess reliability and durability.
Accelerated Aging Tests: Simulating conditions that accelerate the aging process to predict the long-term durability of products or materials.
Humidity Stability Tests: Studying the impact of varying humidity levels on products, materials, components, or devices.
Damp Heat Tests: Assessing the impact of high humidity (>85 %RH) and elevated temperatures (40 to 85 °C) according to international standards such as IEC 61215, IEC 61646, and IEC 60068-2-30:2005.