|Temperature Range||-86.0 deg C to 200.0 deg C|
|Accuracy||0.5 deg C|
|Uniformity||+1 deg C|
|Humidity Range||45 Percent to 98 Percent RH|
|Internal Size||60 X 60 X 125 cm|
|External Size||80 X 130 X 175 cm|
|Unit Weight||275 kg|
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.
Chamber testing involves testing and exposing products to various environmental conditions in a controlled setting. Climatic Chamber testing and Thermal Shock testing are part of chamber testing. 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 accelerated conditions. On the other hand, Thermal Shock testing is used to simulate how materials will react when exposed to changes in extreme climatic conditions, such as going from extremely cold to extremely hot conditions in a very short period of time (usually only few seconds).
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