We can accurately test articles in a controlled environment from -100°F to +350°F. Our largest chamber is a 16 cubic foot cube, with ports for temperature measurement actuation, data transmission, and test unit actuation.
Thermal analysis is a key to eliminating reliability problems with electronic products and with mechanical products. We utilize several numerical and classical techniques to directly attack and solve thermal problems. Thermal monitoring equipment in our laboratory checks assumptions and proves out prototypes when needed.
Our software is capable of generating both steady-state and transient solutions to complex thermal problems for items such as electronic circuits, mechanical systems, accident scenes and heat exchange equipment.