What is a testing chamber?

What is a testing chamber?

A test chamber is a managed and controlled environment used to test the endurance, stability, and practicality of equipment, products, and chemicals. They are a controlled enclosure that mimics the effects of environmental conditions that a product may encounter during its usage.

What does a thermotron do?

With more than 50 years of experience, Thermotron is a premier manufacturer of high-performance environmental test chambers and vibration test systems. We build equipment to challenge the limits of our clients’ products while making unique chambers to test temperature, humidity, altitude, and vibration.

What is climate chamber test?

An environmental chamber, also called a climatic chamber or climate chamber, is an enclosure used to test the effects of specified environmental conditions on biological items, industrial products, materials, and electronic devices and components.

What is chamber conditioning?

Conditioning chamber is an ideal environmental chamber incorporated with the latest technology, used to create the designated temperature. Conditioning chamber maintains testing samples at a particular temperature and humidity level.

How much does an environmental chamber cost?

In general, the price for a walk-in test chamber starts at around $85,000.

How does a thermal vacuum chamber work?

A thermal vacuum chamber is a vacuum chamber in which the radiative thermal environment is controlled. Typically the thermal environment is achieved by passing liquids or fluids through thermal shrouds for cold temperatures or through the application of thermal lamps for high temperatures.

How does a climatic chamber work?

The climatic chamber keeps the ambient conditions of temperature, humidity and wind speed constant and replicable. The activity can be also be kept constant. For sportswear tests, treadmills or bicycle ergometers are frequently used (Bartels, 2005a).

How do you control humidity in a chamber?

1. You will need a mechanical system to dry or “dehumidify” the chamber. A refrigeration system is ideal for doing this. A cold cooling-coil in the chamber attracts moisture in the air, causing it to condense into water, which can then be drained away.

What is thermal vacuum test?

Thermal vacuum testing allows for the simulation of space and upper atmosphere conditions including temperature and altitude. Beneficial for both material and product testing, a thermal vacuum chamber can reach higher temperatures and pressures, while maintaining a sterile, decontaminated environment.