An environmental chamber, also called a climatic chamber or climate chamber.
A test chamber is a specially manufactured controlled environment that companies use to check the
endurance or stability of equipment, products, and substances. Environmental test chambers simulate the
climactic conditions that products are most likely to encounter during use.
These conditions may include:
sudden and extreme temperature variations - thermal shock
moisture or relative humidity
Cyclic corrosion testing
exposure to sun, causing UV degradation
Manufacturers design and construct test chambers in a number of sizes ranging from 2 cubic feet (0.05
cubic meters) of space to entire room-sized chambers. Most contain stainless steel interiors, and some are
equipped with internal lighting and viewing windows.
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