We speak of environmental chambers to indicate devices that are used to carry out simulations and environmental tests. More specifically, they allow you to keep the ideal conditions of relative humidity and temperature under control, ensuring reliable and reproducible results. Let’s take a closer look at how custom environmental chambers are used. 


We are talking about large devices that are used to carry out combined tests at constant temperature, useful in a great variety of sectors: in the military and mechanical industries, for example, but also in the field of electronic components or for the construction of equipment. For those who need particular processes, such as plastic transformation, automotive, pharmaceutical, chemical, sensor production and metalworking, these environmental chambers can represent a point of reference for the correct execution of high-quality tests. 

The standard equipment of an environmental chamber usually allows you to also have an integrated control panel with keys that allow you to adjust the elementary functions, including the interior light. Just use a series of keys to make changes to the maximum and minimum temperature of the cell. Conversely, the samples under test can be switched on and off via free contact digital outputs. 

The custom environmental chambers are built and therefore fine-tuned taking into account different elements depending on the type of performance they are required to guarantee. In the case of basic performance, for example, the destination is that of applications of a general nature, such as tropical tests that are conducted on semiconductors, paper, rubber or plastics, but also stability tests to be performed on pharmaceutical products.


For those who are interested in higher performance than the standard systems guarantee, there is also the possibility to create customized chambers that satisfy the needs and requirements of the client company. In fact, for greater safety, global quality tests can be carried out: those are indicated by industry experts with the acronym ESS, an acronym that stands for Environmental Stress Screening. In such circumstances, there is a requirement for a temperature change rate of 5 degrees per minute which not all the environmental chambers may reach. 

Industrial environmental chambers have also the ability to detect any discrepancies in the products that are examined, in order to prevent and avoid anomalies during production. The screenings used are able to highlight even those potential failures that could occur once the final assembly has already been completed.

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