Temperature chambers replicate extreme temperatures to test products, materials or devices’ environmental resistance. A temperature chamber is also utilized to prepare a sample for other types of tests or to simulate environmental conditions required for testing. Well-suited for use in electrical, military, aerospace, and pharmaceutical reliability testing and quality assurance, using a temperature chamber is an essential step in verifying the safety and durability of a product. Temperature chambers range from small benchtop units to massive walk in chambers with models varying to match specific interior workspace volume requirements. Temperature chambers carried by Advanced Test Equipment Rentals offer a variety of features including integrated software and USB ports, adjustable/removable shelving, automatic cooling or heating boost systems and continual diagnostics.
Essential to manufacturers, a temperature chamber is ideal for predicting how a product will react to harsh environments, like blistering deserts or years of consumer use. Operators place the device under test within the chamber and then select the desired temperature conditions from an accessible display any engineer or technician should be able to operate. Manufacturers conducting R&D, military agencies seeking to fulfill MIL-STDs (military standards), aerospace or automotive developers completing component testing and countless other consumer electronic developers all rely on environmental chambers to provide accurate assessments of their devices’ limits.
Rent temperature chambers from ATEC for affordable, reliable environmental test solutions. Our inventory consists of both benchtop test chambers and floor-standing chambers as small as 1.2 cubic feet (35 liters) and as massive as 64 Cubic Ft (1,810) and beyond. Temperature ranges span from -70°C to +190°C (-94°F to 375°F) and even colder or hotter to simulate any kind of environmental stress or condition. We offer chamber rentals for products from leading manufacturers like Cincinnati Sub-Zero, Thermotron, Espec, and Tenney.