Temperature Forcing System | Test Chambers | Temperature Systems | Environmental Test Chambers | Thermal Stream | Temperature Conditioning | Temperature Cycling
Telecom Temperature Test Application
Environmental temperature test chambers can just go so far when it comes to
precise thermal control, fast ramp rates, and narrow temperature margins in
some product test procedures and processes. Instead of taking your parts to a
large test chamber, ThermalAir Systems bring the temperature to your
components at your test location.
Automotive components manufacturers have the need to improve product
quality and reliability. All types of transportation vehicles have higher system
environmental temperature testing requirements. Car manufacturers todayare faced with increasing challenges with environmental thermal testing.
Environmental Temperature Testing Critical
Electronics Electro-Mechanical Parts and
Materials in Vehicles
Aerospace & Defense Industries and
The aerospace and defense industries has experienced a boom
over the recent years, and the need for safe, quality components
and products is now a heightened priority.
Temperature Test for HarshEnvironments
Industrial Electronic Temperature Test
When your thermal test requires focused
localized temperatures at the test area
ThermalAir TA-5000 temperature inducing
equipment can be used to providetemperatures from -90°C to +225°C
Sensor Electronics & Test Appilcations
In today’s technologies, sensors play a big role in many businesses and
industry applications. Sensors are used in consumer products, automotive, industrial electronics, aerospace and other electronic and
Fiber Optic Temperature Applications
Fiber Optic manufacturers test their components to assure these integrated circuit parts will work at temperatures from -40°C to
+90°C and beyond. To meet their customer requirements, there
are temperature specifications for fiber optic transceivers. The
purpose is to guarantee high speed communication networks work
once put into operation within certain temperature environments.
Semiconductor Industry & Application
In the semiconductor manufacturing process, product engineers design integrated circuits and IC devices. The process of manufacturing semiconductors or integrated circuits (commonly called ICs, or chips) typically consists of more than a hundred steps, from the start of the process in the front-end to back-end packaging, test and assembly to final test and ship out to the customers.