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Temperature Test Chambers & Humidity Test Chambers

Full Featured Temperature Test Chambers & Humidity Test Chambers 

Weiss Technik Temperature & Humidity test chambers offer many pre-engineered and custom sizes to fit your exact testing requirements.

Temperature & Humidity Test Chamber Capabilities

  • Wide range of temperature ramp rates & humidity levels
  • Temperature cycling
  • Steady-state testing
  • Fast change rate
  • Access ports
  • Explosion Resistant
  • Quiet Mode
  • Additional shelves
  • Battery Safety options
  • Dry Air Purge
  • Demineralizer Water Filter System and more.

With Weiss Technik’s LEEF and LOW GWP (Global Warming Potential) technologies, our test chambers offer up to 40% energy savings and R-449A refrigerant that will future-proof your testing. The EPA AIM Act calls for a phasedown reduction of HFC  in test chambers – see how Weiss Technik is years ahead of this phasedown. LEARN MORE.

What are humidity and temperature stability test chambers?

Stability test chambers are used in a laboratory environment to simulate temperate and humidity conditions. The testing includes product testing and packaging testing. The Pharmaceutical industry is a typical user of stability test chambers.

Temperature and humidity test chambers come in a wide range of sizes from small bench-top models to reach-in models and large drive-in/walk-in units.


What do temperature test chambers test?

Temperature test chambers test a wide range of products. Manufacturers depend on test chambers to simulate the environment that their products will be exposed to. All industries use test chambers so they know how their products will react to conditions that include high and low temperatures, various humidity levels, vibration, altitude, and more.


How does a temperature and humidity chamber work?

Test chambers work by introducing the product under test to various levels of heat, cold, humidity, vibration, and other elements to the product. By cycling these different environments, the manufacturer will know how their product will react to these elements and can evaluate the reliability and durability of their products.