7 pieces stainless steel environmental test chambers on the testing process for Wewon, Temperature Range: -70C +150C, Humidity Range: 20%–95%, Good quality from Wewon Environmental Chambers Co., Ltd. Welcome your inquiry ! There also has 1 piece sky blue color environmental test chambers on testing work. Testing Volume: 80 Liters, 400*400*500mm (W*D*H mm) with 2 rooms. The most advantage for this design is saving your space in your laboratory ! 2 environmental chambers stay and cost one environmental chamber’s floor area.
From these photos, we understand that the Wewon’s skillful technicians are debugging for this 7 pieces environmental test chambers. Let’s move to the third photo, There has 6 operation holes inside of the testing area which based on customer’s requirement. Wewon accept the OEM/ ODM orders for many years experience with a professional design based on customer’s spec.
Wewon Environmental Chambers Co., Ltd. is a leading designer and manufacturer of high-quality environmental test chambers. One of their most popular products are the stainless steel environmental test chambers. These chambers are used for testing a wide range of products, including electronics, aerospace components, and automotive parts, to ensure they can withstand extreme temperatures and other environmental conditions. Here, we’ll take a closer look at the testing process for the 7 pcs stainless steel environmental test chambers from Wewon.
|Before any testing can begin, the test chambers must be properly prepared. This includes ensuring that all components and sensors are functioning correctly and that the chamber is clean and free from debris.||1. Preparation Work|
|The next step is to establish the test criteria. This will typically involve setting parameters for temperature, humidity, pressure, and other environmental factors that the product being tested should be able to withstand. The test criteria will be tailored to the specific product being tested and the use case it will be subjected to.||2. Establishing Test Criteria|
|The product being tested is loaded into the test chamber and positioned according to the test criteria. This may involve positioning the product at different angles or orientations, depending on its intended use.||3. Loading the Product|
|Once the product is loaded and positioned correctly, the test can begin. The chamber will be closed and the environmental factors will be gradually adjusted to the desired levels. The product will be subjected to these conditions for a set amount of time, typically ranging from a few hours to several days.||4. Starting the Test|
|Throughout the testing process, a range of sensors and instruments will be used to monitor the product’s performance. These may include temperature sensors, humidity sensors, pressure gauges, and more. The data collected by these sensors will be recorded and analyzed to ensure the product is meeting the established test criteria.||5. Monitoring the Test|
|After the predetermined testing period is complete, these stainless steel environmental test chambers will be opened and the product will be removed. The product will be inspected to ensure it has not suffered any damage or degradation during the testing process. The data collected during the test will be analyzed and used to determine whether the product has passed or failed the test.||6. Concluding the Test|
|The final step in the testing process is to report the results. The manufacturer of the product being tested will receive a detailed report outlining the test criteria and a summary of the test results. If the product failed to meet the established criteria, recommendations may be made for improvements or modifications to the design.||7. Reporting Results|