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The size and the complexity of environmental chambers can vary quite a bit. Some of the machines are small and they will sit on a bench top. Others are large walk-in structures. Most of the chambers will have viewing ports so that the technician can observe what’s happening to the sample. Some of the chambers have interior lighting. Since this can increase the temperature of the chamber, they compensate for the added heat. Many different types of control schemes are available for the chambers. Some of them are very simple analog controls and indicators. Others have LCD displays and digital readouts.
How environmental chambers work
The environmental chamber, which can vary in size, allows the users to alter the conditions within the device. This lets them replicate a number of different environmental possibilities. This includes extreme heat or cold, fast and extreme variations in the temperature, changes in humidity, rain, weathering, UV degradation, vacuum, and more. The items to be tested are placed in the chamber and are then subjected to one or more different environmental conditions.
About environmental chambers
An environmental chamber is an enclosure that is used for testing the effects that different types of environmental conditions have on specimens. Another term commonly used for these devices is climate chambers. It is possible to use them on specimens alone to find out the effects of an environmental condition, or to use them to prepare the specimens for further tests. Three different types of these chambers are available. They include mechanically cooled, liquid nitrogen cooled, and modular walk in.