The constant climate chamber in simple terms
The world of climate chambers
BINDER climate chambers can perform a wide range of functions. They can, for example, regulate temperature, humidity, and light – but that’s only the beginning. To help you discover more about the entire portfolio, we have created the BINDER climate chambers information page.
Here, you can find all the information about our climate chambers at a glance. Our climate chambers can be divided into two types of simulation chamber: constant climate chambers on the one hand and dynamic climate chambers on the other.
Deciding which one you need couldn’t be simpler. Generally speaking, constant climate chambers are used for long-term tests at defined levels. In contrast, dynamic climate chambers can be used to run a range of programs in which temperature and humidity are modified automatically at set times.
Constant climate chambers are predominantly used in industrial and research settings. Such applications primarily include stress-testing of samples, materials tests, aging tests, long-term stability tests, and use as a specific storage facility. The units are suitable for use on laboratory tables, or they can be human-sized.
Importantly, the chambers must be able to create highly precise conditions over an extended period of time. BINDER chambers can deliver all of this. They can also be used, for example, to determine the shelf life of new drugs.
Food producers also make use of our constant climate chambers. At the end of the day, companies do not have the time to test shelf life in real time. The solution is therefore to perform accelerated shelf life testing using BINDER simulation chambers.
If you’re interested in finding out more, visit the information page and immerse yourself in the world of climate chambers. Alternatively, you can read the blog or access the Buyer’s Guide on this topic. Make sure nothing is left to chance.