What is Humidity Testing?
Exposing products to humidity stress in an environmental chamber precipitates corrosion by causing oxidation, contamination, and electromigration defects. Humidity can penetrate porous materials causing leakage between electrical conductors. Moisture can cause swelling in material and is also an important stress factor when evaluating coatings and seals.
What is Temperature Testing?
Temperature testing is the process of subjecting units under test to extreme heat and/or cold, as dictated by relevant standards or by the Customer, in order to reveal possible latent defects or areas of concern. The imposition of temperature stress is one of the most common test methods in order to simulate real-world storage and distribution conditions.
Our environmental test chambers provide a broad range of temperature tests (high temperature, low temperature, thermal cycling, etc).