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What Are Walk-in Test Chambers Used For?

Nov 10

The best use for walk-in test chambers is to prepare and condition samples.

Conditioning materials or products for temperature and humidity. The accelerated aging of samples and materials is used to gain a better understanding of product quality over time.


A walk-in chamber can range in size from a tiny box that fits on a bench top to a room-sized chamber for huge objects or testing large quantities of goods at once. Temperatures range from -60 to 90 degrees Celsius, with relative humidity levels ranging from 20% to 90%. When consistent climatic conditions (temperature and/or humidity) are required for product testing, a temperature-humidity walk-in chamber can be employed.


The effects of a variety of temperature and humidity conditions on a product or material, such as telecommunications equipment or photovoltaic solar panels, are simulated in a walk-in test chamber.

  • Temperature and Humidity-assisted sample aging
  • Preparing the samples
  • Testing for weatherproofing and waterproofing
  • Pharmaceuticals delivered across the tropics are tested once they've been completed
  • Creating a sample
  • Testing by computer
  • Duration of the product


Heat-endurance, cold-endurance, dryness-endurance, and humidity-endurance capabilities are all tested in the Environmental Test Chamber. Designed for quality control and research and development in a variety of industries.

To research aging properties of the sample under severe conditions, samples are evaluated in the chamber for a predetermined period, temperature, and humidity %. The tests' design allows for accelerated aging in either a perfectly stable environment or a constantly changing environment that may be preprogrammed via the user interface. This enables rapid testing in an agile production environment, resulting in a higher bottom line.