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Automotive testing may have the largest variety of unique tests of all industry specific applications. Not only do many of the components have to pass rigorous thermal changes, they also have to withstand radiant heat from infrared simulators, blowing dust particles and rain spray coupled with temperature extremes. ESPEC creates each of these unique conditions according to regulative testing specifications.
The ESPEC EDC dust chambers provide a ready-made solution to common dust test standards for automotive and electronic-cabinet requirements.
ESPEC builds infrared systems to create radiant surface heating of vehicles to look for deformation and other quality problems. These systems can be adjusted vertically and angled to ensure even coverage.
The standardized design can be configured for the rain/spray tests you need, eliminating the guesswork in buying a chamber. The system is based on the JIS/SAE specification requirements, and can also accomplish individual automaker’s tests, as well as electrical-enclosure tests.
Environmental testing of automobiles requires additional consideration of the facility where the chamber will be installed, and its planned use. Test methods for vehicles can include additional conditions besides temperature and humidity in an attempt to simulate real-world conditions.