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Ensure the Reliability of Your Products
BE Analytic is a NABL-accredited laboratory. BE Analytic has established a world-class test facility for quality and reliability assurance of different Mechanical, Electronic and Electromechanical Products.
We offer comprehensive Humidity Testing Services to ensure the reliability and performance of your products. Our state-of-the-art testing facilities and experienced team of engineers enable us to provide customized testing solutions that meet your specific needs.
We conduct various types of Humidity tests as per different national and international test standards like IEC 60068-2-78, IEC 60068-2-30, MIL-STD-810F, ISO 16750-4, JSS 55555, JSS 50101 and so on.
Humidity testing is a process of evaluating the performance, durability, and reliability of a product or material under different levels of humidity. It involves exposing the product or material to controlled levels of humidity for a specified period and then examining the effects of humidity on its properties and performance. Humidity testing is commonly used in industries such as electronics, aerospace, automotive and medical devices to ensure the quality and performance of their products in humid environments.
A Humidity test is a type of environmental testing that measures the effects of humidity on a product or material. It involves exposing the product or material to different levels of humidity and observing its behavior and performance under those conditions. The test is designed to determine how the material or product will hold up and perform in different levels of humidity over time, and to identify any potential issues or defects that may arise because of exposure to humidity. Humidity testing is often used in industries such as electronics, aerospace, and automotive, where exposure to humidity can have significant impacts on the performance and reliability of products.
Damp heat testing is a type of environmental testing that exposes a product or material to a combination of high temperature and high humidity conditions. The test is designed to evaluate the product’s ability to withstand long-term exposure to humid environments, which can cause corrosion, electrical failures, and other types of damage. During the test, the product is placed in a chamber that is heated to a specific temperature and maintained at a specific humidity level. The test duration can vary depending on the product and the specific testing standards being followed.
Dew test is a type of humidity test that measures the ability of a material or product to withstand condensation. It involves exposing the test sample to a controlled temperature and humidity, causing moisture to condense on its surface. The sample is then evaluated for any damage or failure due to the condensation. Dew testing is commonly used in the evaluation of electronics, optical equipment, and outdoor equipment subjected to varying environmental conditions.
Tropical Exposure Test is a type of environmental testing that is performed to evaluate the ability of a product to withstand the harsh conditions of a tropical environment. The test involves exposing the product to high temperatures, humidity, and other environmental factors that are typical of a tropical climate. The purpose of the test is to determine whether the product will be able to function properly and withstand the conditions of a tropical environment, without suffering from damage or degradation. The test is often used in the aerospace, automotive, and electronics industries, among others.
Steady State Humidity Test is a type of humidity test that exposes a product or material to a constant and stable level of humidity for an extended period. The test is designed to evaluate the effects of humidity on a product’s performance, reliability, and durability over time. The test chamber is set to a specific temperature and humidity level and the product is placed inside the chamber for a predetermined amount of time. The test is often used in the aerospace, automotive, and electronics industries to ensure that products can withstand exposure to humidity over their expected lifespan.