Would you like to know how your product behaves under specific environmental conditions? Would you like to qualify an equipment according to a defined external temperature profile? The ATER METROLOGIE laboratory is the specialist in thermal testing of any type of material, component or equipment.
Check the thermal resistance of your materials and equipment
Ater Métrologie performs thermal and climatic tests under specific, even extreme, temperature and humidity conditions.
These tests allow us to evaluate the reliability and guarantee the resistance and functioning of your materials and equipment to heat, cold and humidity.
A unique thermal testing service for each project
Every project is unique and responds to different requirements and constraints.
Ater Metrologie studies your request and defines your needs in order to offer you a tailor-made temperature testing service according to your test protocol.
The test protocol allows the test laboratory to know all the thermal constraints to be applied to the product or equipment. We can assist you in writing it.
At the end of the thermal test, Ater Métrologie systematically gives you a test report.
The laboratory delivers, on request, a contradictory qualification file. This document certifies the conformity of the product to the requirements of the market and the regulations in force. It is opposable and is authentic in the event of a dispute.
Thermal testing for all types of equipment
Ater Metrologie has a large range of high-performance thermal and climatic chambers for carrying out tests.
The chambers can handle equipment with a volume of between 1 and 170 m3.
Plastic or polymer parts, packaging, various components, vehicles and large containers, Ater Metrologie tests all types of materials and equipment.
These tests can be carried out under temperature conditions ranging from -80°C to +50°C, with management of the humidity level according to the temperature conditions required.
Characteristics of thermal testing equipment:
1 to 170 m3
-80°C / +50°C
According to the required temperature conditions