Recreating extreme conditions
Products must be thoroughly tested before they are released on to the market. This applies to quality and durability, although other conditions also need to be recreated. Would you like an example? Car manufacturers are known to test how wing mirrors behave when outdoor temperatures drop to well below freezing point. They also test whether mirrors are able to deal with road salt.
Before Innclose gets started, we first analyse specifications that must be met by your new climate and testing room. And we are very thorough when doing so. For instance, we realise that quick temperature fluctuations and high air humidity have an impact on the casing. As a result, expansion and shrinkage in testing rooms should never increase the rate of wear and tear.
Welded inner shell
If temperature and air humidity are know to exceed certain limits, the inner shell of climate and testing rooms must be appropriately welded. This, for example, helps to eliminate vapour transport and humidity-related problems. This special wall structure makes it possible to independently modify the inner and outer shell of the room.
We normally install large double revolving rooms in our climate and testing rooms. These revolving doors make it easier to bring products inside the room. The doors are produced in accordance with customer specifications and eliminate thermal bridges when installed in climate and testing rooms. Would you like viewing hatches? They can be realised using several glass panels, which are able to deal with internal temperature differences and are also heated. This means viewing hatches will always be clear, even if extremely low temperatures are encountered.
Climate and testing rooms can also be ordered with a base frame, which makes them easier to transport.