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Humidity Chambers Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of humidity chamber manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top humidity chamber manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find humidity chamber companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture humidity chamber to your companies specifications. Then contact the humidity chamber companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of pressure chamber casting, humidity test chambers, low pressure test chambers, or customized humidity chamber of every type, this is the resource for you.

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  • Global Manufacturer of Environmental Test Chambers.

    Humidity Chambers ISO 9001:2008 certified Weiss Technik is a world leader in the design, manufacture, and modification of environmental test chambers including temperature chambers, humidity chambers, SAE dust chambers, conditioned rooms, and forced air ovens among others. Weiss Technik is a member of the Weiss Umwelttechnik group, which has been manufacturing environmental test chambers for over 50 years. Our headquarters is in Grand Rapids, Michigan and we have various locations in the United States and around the world for easy access to our customers. Read more......

  • Know the Effects of Temperature and Humidity

    As those living in central Florida in the hot summer months know, temperature and humidity can have a strong effect on basically everything. In those brutal months my mother always complains how the humidity alone makes her never feel dry. It is as if you just jumped out of a pool and have yet to completely dry off hours or days later And then there is the hair expansion for those with curly hair Personally I love the state of Florida so much I would be fine with it, but...

  • Bad Hair Days and Humidity Test Chambers

    If you have naturally curly hair, you know the crazy effect that humidity can have. For those who have not had this personal experience, perhaps you saw the Friend's episode in which Monica's hair expanded to a terrifying frizzy mess. Basically, humidity can have startling effects on the products it comes into contact with. This is one of the many reasons humidity test chambers are necessary for a variety of industries. Some of these industries include aerospace, military, automotive, medical and construction. These environmental test chambers are able to create...

  • AGREE Chambers: Then and Now

    It's a safe bet that every product that is shipped from one place to another during the course of its lifespan will be subject to some amount of vibration. In fact, there's no need to bet. Vibration is a reality for every product that meets that criteria, and that's also true for a wide variety of industrial equipment that is never moved from one place to another. This is because almost any machine that involves the use of moving parts is likely to vibrate or rattle at least to some...

  • Accurately Measuring Humidity in a Humidity Chamber

    Manufacturers that produce equipment and products that can be impaired by humidity know the importance of testing such items in what is called a humidity chamber before their product ever reaches the customer. These controlled environments often subject the apparatus being tested to what is called a breathing process. This is when moisture from the air is pulled into the object, allowing for an evaluation of the product's performance in regard to the resistance of moisture. In order to control and record the humidity inside the chamber, devices that measure...

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Humidity Chambers

Humidity chambers are the environmental test chambers designed specifically to replicate conditions of varying humidity in a controlled environment. Humidity testing is undertaken for the purposes of evaluating products, materials and components in response to differing conditions of water vapor or moisture present in the environment.

Industries such as aerospace, military, automotive, medical and construction use humidity chambers in the testing of their products and materials due to the capability of moisture to drastically alter elements. Corrosion, warping, biological growth and cracking are all conditions that could result from the exposure of a product or material to extremes of humidity. Therefore, it is imperative that manufacturers comprehensively test their products for the environmental conditions they will encounter during their lifespan in order to reveal these potential flaws or malfunctions. These test results allow engineers to rethink product design and manufacturing in order to produce the most reliable and cost-effective solutions for their target market. This is especially beneficial to manufacturers whose products come under guarantee or warranty because a product that has already been tested and improved is less likely to result in high reimbursement charges for the manufacturer. While high humidity is most commonly the cause of damage, in areas of low humidity, it is likely that products intended for an outdoor environment will be exposed to greater amounts of dust and/or sand and therefore it might be conscientious of a manufacturer to undergo environmental tests for those conditions too.

Air moisture content ratio, or relative humidity, can be replicated in humidity chambers ranging from 10-100%. The design and construction of the humidity chambers have to be carefully considered as the manufacturer's decisions rely on the validity of the test results. As it is a process test, chambers typically have a means of viewing and monitoring the testing procedure either through a viewing hole, or through a video feed in order to record the progressive effects of the process. Test chambers can range from simple, smaller bench top chambers that can be used to test a small component, to more complex walk-in chambers, and even drive-in chambers for vehicles and aircraft. As products, materials and components are likely to come into contact with numerous different environmental conditions, environmental test chambers are often constructed with the ability to test a combination of environmental effects. Temperature and altitude are often combined with humidity testing because of the likelihood of the existence of these effects in nature.

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