An environmental chamber is a climate controlled chamber used to test the effects of temperature on certain objects, such as biological devices, industrial products, electronics and automotive products. This allows the user to see how the product will perform under certain temperatures, which is vital in certain industries, especially aviation. Since these types of work are highly regulated and the measurements need to be just right, it’s important to have you environmental chamber calibrated on a regular basis. So, what does all that entail?
In this whitepaper, we will take a look at the 5 benefits of environmental chamber calibration, environmental chamber calibration frequency, what should be included in calibration and how to choose a calibration lab.