An environmental chamber is an enclosure used to test the effects of specified environmental conditions on biological items, industrial products, materials, and electronic devices and components. Environmental chambers 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.
Such a chamber can be used:
As a stand-alone test for environmental effects on test specimens
As preparation of test specimens for further physical tests or chemical tests
As environmental conditions for conducting testing of specimens
Simulate high and low temperature environments in our bench top model test chambers.
Working volume from 2 to 15 cubic feet.
Conform to commercial and military standards for low temperature tests.
Two-stage cascade refrigeration systems support low temperatures to -100°F/-73°C.
The two separate closed refrigerant circuits each use a different refrigerant with its own compressor..