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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 thermal cycling 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 Thermal cycling tests/Thermal cycle testing’s as per different national and international test standards like, IEC 60068, MIL STD-810H, JSS-55555:2012, ISO 16750-4, MIL STD-2164A, IS 9000 and so on.
Thermal cycling testing or Thermal cycle test involves subjecting a product to repeated cycles of extreme temperature changes to simulate real-world operating conditions. This type of testing is commonly used in the aerospace, automotive, and electronics industries to evaluate the durability and performance of products in harsh environments.
Temperature cycling test is a type of environmental test used to determine the ability of a product or material to withstand repeated temperature changes over time. The test involves exposing the test sample to a series of temperature cycles, typically between high and low temperature extremes, to simulate the effects of temperature changes on the product during its intended use or in its storage environment. The test is commonly used in the development and qualification of electronic components, semiconductors, and other products that are expected to operate or be stored in environments with varying temperatures.
Rapid thermal cycling testing is a type of thermal cycling test where the sample or device under test is exposed to rapid and repeated temperature changes, typically at a rate of several degrees Celsius per second. This test is used to evaluate the ability of a device or material to withstand extreme temperature changes quickly, such as those experienced during start-up, shut-down, or operational cycles. It is commonly used in the defense industry, electronic industry, automobile industry and semiconductor industry to test the reliability of electronic devices and components.
Low-temperature testing is a type of environmental testing that evaluates the performance of a product or material under low-temperature conditions. The test typically involves exposing the product or material to a range of temperatures below room temperature and monitoring its performance to ensure it meets specified requirements. The purpose of this testing is to identify any potential issues or failures that may occur when the product is used or stored in cold environments, such as in refrigerated storage, outdoor winter conditions, or high-altitude settings. Low-temperature testing is commonly used in the aerospace, automotive, and electronics industries.
Low Temperature Operation test is a type of environmental test that assesses the performance of a product or system at low temperatures. This test is used to determine the minimum temperature at which a product or system can operate effectively and reliably. The test involves subjecting the product or system to a low-temperature environment for an extended period, during which its performance and functionality are evaluated. This test is commonly used for products that need to operate in cold environments, such as electronics, batteries, and aerospace components.
Low Temperature Storage Cum Operation Test is a type of test that evaluates the performance of products at low temperatures during both storage and operation. The products are exposed to a low-temperature environment for an extended period, typically ranging from several hours to several days, to simulate the conditions they may encounter during transportation or storage in cold environments. This test helps to ensure that the products can withstand the low-temperature conditions and operate effectively even under those conditions. The test may also include temperature cycling to simulate the temperature changes that may occur during storage and transportation.