Environmental testing

Evaluating the quality/feasibility of a design and manufacturing process is not limited to requirements regarding their operation. During environmental testing, the verification and analysis of the behavior of equipment can be performed and subject to specific ambient conditions, like:


  • Temperature survival (Upper and Lower limits).
  • Temperature changes.
  • Effect of humidity.
  • Vibrations and accelerations.
  • Pressure variations.


Controlled atmosphere:
The controlled atmosphere systems a rises from the necessity of conducting tests with different environmental atmospheres with different composition. It is designed to transfer the heat load available in test chamber to the targeted test material. The system allows performing thermal cycles between -90 and +170ºC, including temperature control and monitoring from inside.