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Ensure the Reliability of Your Products
BE Analytic is a NABL accredited laboratory. BE Analytic has established world class test facility for quality and reliability assurance of different Mechanical, Electronic and Electromechanical Products.
At BE Analytic, we offer comprehensive Low Temperature 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 Low Temperature tests as per different national and international test standards like IEC 60068-2-14, IS 9000 (Part 2), IS 9000 (Part 14), MIL-STD-810F, JSS 55555, JSS 50101 and so on.
Low temperature testing is a type of environmental testing that evaluates the performance and reliability of a product or material under low temperature conditions. This testing is typically conducted in specialized environmental chambers that can maintain very low temperatures, sometimes as low as -200°C or lower, depending on the requirements of the product being tested.
The purpose of low temperature testing is to assess how a product or material will perform under conditions of extreme cold, such as those experienced in aerospace, defense, or other industries. This testing can help identify weaknesses in a product or material’s performance, such as brittleness or failure under stress, and provide insights into how it can be improved.
Low Temperature Storage Test is a type of environmental testing that is used to evaluate the performance and behavior of a product or material under low-temperature storage conditions. The test involves placing the product or material in a low-temperature chamber and subjecting it to a specified temperature for a specific duration of time. This test is conducted to determine the impact of low-temperature storage on the physical and chemical properties of the product or material, and to ensure that the product or material can withstand low-temperature storage conditions without degradation or failure. The results of the test can be used to optimize the design of the product or material, as well as to identify any potential weaknesses or failure modes that may occur under low-temperature storage conditions.
Low Temperature Storage Cum Operation test is a test performed to determine the effects of low-temperature conditions on products, equipment, and materials that are intended for use or storage in cold environments. This test is typically conducted in environmental chambers or ovens that can simulate the required low-temperature conditions. During the test, the product, equipment, or material is placed in the chamber and exposed to the specified low-temperature conditions for a set amount of time.
The purpose of the test is to assess how the low-temperature conditions affect the functionality, reliability, and safety of the product, equipment, or material. It can help identify any potential issues that may arise in cold environments, such as degradation of materials, changes in properties, or failure of electronic components. The test can also determine the lowest temperature at which the product, equipment, or material can operate or be stored safely without any adverse effects.
Low Temperature Operation test is a type of environmental test that evaluates the performance and reliability of a product under low-temperature conditions. The purpose of this test is to determine whether the product can function as intended in a low-temperature environment and to identify any potential problems that may occur in such conditions.
During the test, the product is subjected to a low-temperature environment, typically ranging from -40°C to -60°C, depending on the specifications and requirements of the product. The product is then tested to determine whether it can still operate within the expected range of performance, such as speed, accuracy, and response time.
The Low Temperature Operation test is particularly important for products that are intended for use in cold environments or that need to operate in cold conditions, such as electronics used in aerospace, automotive, or military applications, outdoor sensors and cameras, and medical equipment.