Testing products in their actual environment provides significant feedback as to how they’ll work in real-world situations. An environmental chamber delivers this feedback by exposing the material inside to stresses such as vibration, sun exposure, extreme temperatures, moisture, and more. Will your product stand up to these conditions or will it disintegrate sooner than expected?
- Help evaluate product quality and reliability, and identify manufacturing flaws and weaknesses
- Show the process of product decay and degradation and help predict its potential lifespan
- Assess how materials—including biological, industrial, and electronics—react to selected conditions
While there are various types of environmental chambers on the market, some include the temperature and humidity chamber, controlled environment chambers , mini humidity chambers, and climatic simulation and photostability test chambers. Consider all the ways you will need to test your product or material before making your selection.
An environmental test chamber is used to test the effects of specified environmental conditions on biological items, industrial products, materials, and electronic devices and components. An environmental test chamber can also help evaluate product quality and reliability, and identify manufacturing flaws and weaknesses. By simulating environmental conditions within a contained space, the chamber offers test results that can show the process of product decay and degradation and help predict the potential lifespan of a product or material.
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