Temperature variation testing is a series of environmental tests that simulate the effects of rapid or gradual changes in temperatures on components.
Temperature variation testing is a series of environmental tests that simulate the effects of rapid or gradual changes in temperatures on components. Thermal shock, temperature cycling, and rapid temperature tests are all part of temperature variation testing. Typical applications are in evaluating vehicle components and equipment that operate under cyclical or extreme thermal variation. Testing is done from -65C to 300C, depending on the component, industry standards and service conditions.
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Our product testing labs regularly provide temperature variation testing for a wide range of products as a part of environmental testing.
Temperature variation testing pricing depends on the simulated conditions and the product being tested. For example, a temperature cycling test at a rate of 5 to15 C/min for 500 hours can cost $7570/sample.
Temperature variation testing is a series of environmental tests that simulate the effects of rapid or gradual changes in temperatures on components. Thermal shock, temperature cycling, and rapid temperature tests are all part of temperature variation testing.
Temperature variation testing is used to evaluate vehicle components and equipment that operate under cyclical or extreme thermal variation.
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