Aerospace & Defense Industries and Applications
Temperature Test for Harsh Environments
The aerospace and defense industries has experienced a boom over the recent years, and the need for safe, quality components and products is now a heightened priority.
Thermal Forcing | Temperature Forcing Systems | Temperature Cycling | Temperature Test | Temperature Conditioning | Semiconductor Test | Thermal Testing
ThermalAir Stream Temperature Forcing Systems Hot and Cold Testing
MPI Thermal cutting-edge technology allows testing with temperatures speeding to super-fast ramp rates and temperature cycling for MIL-STD -55°C to +125°C.
MPI ThermalAir systems can ramp in seconds not minutes. This new thermal test technology gives the end user the ability to easily control the ramp rate speed with one touch temperature set point functions.
The ThermalAir systems to bring the temperature hot and cold directly to your electronic and non-electronic parts. This enables you to bring the temperature to the test station in the engineering test lab and manufacturing test on the production line
In the Aerospace & Defense Industry, equipment on-board aircraft must be tested in situ, or in place, to confirm everything functions properly as a system. In the aerospace manufacturing process, individual components, modules and other assemblies need be tested to assure reliability. Each piece must be designed to work when exposed to harsh temperature environments.
MPI ThermalAir temperature forcing systems provide a direct thermal stream of air to your test interface at a temperature range from -90°C to +225°C. Bring temperature right at your test station, localizing the test for temperature conditioning, thermal shock, environmental stress test, and other temperature test requirements. This is why the ThermalAir systems and our test chambers are part of the test.
ThermalAir Systems for Aerospace & Defense
MPI Thermal test systems meet MIL-STD-883 standards. Our ThermalAir products provide uniform methods to generate hot and cold temperature for mil aero temperature range of -55°C to +125°C.
ThermalAir TA-5000 system controls temperature for testing microelectronic and other electronic and non-electronic materials. This assures your parts are suitable for use within military and aerospace electronic systems. These tests include basic environmental tests to determine resistance to the deleterious effects of natural elements and conditions surrounding military and space operations.
Test your electronic and non-electronic assemblies at temperature quickly and conveniently directly at the bench top or test station.
Aerospace/Defense Application and Test Processes which use Temperature
- Environmental Stress Screening
- Temperature Cycling
- Thermal Shock
- Simulation Testing
- Functional Test
- Accelerated Life Test
- Failure Analysis
- Final Test
- Material Fatigue
Environmental Chambers | Environmental Test Chambers | Localized Environmental Chambers | Test Chamber | Temperature Cycling Chambers | Thermal Test Chamber | Temperature Test Chamber | Benchtop Chambers
The ThermalAir system allows you to generate very precise controlled temperature for simulation test in Thermal Shock, Temperature Conditioning, Stress Screening, Temperature Cycling and more. Thermal test processes can be accomplished with our ThermalAir system. Ramp, Cycle, Dwell and Soak times are fully programmable with a touch of a button.
Precision Temperature Forcing Systems use a direct temperature-controlled stream of hot or cold air to provide a precise thermal environment for temperature testing, conditioning and cycling of electronic and non-electronic assemblies and sub-systems. The ThermalAir Temperature system enables the test. This allows you to perform temperature simulation tests in situ, at a specific location, at your tester station, test bench or directly on the unit under test.
Bring the temperature to your test for Aerospace and Defense applications for the mil aero MIL-STD 883 temperature range of -55°C to +125°C
Temperature Conditioning | Temperature Test Systems | Test Chambers | Thermal Shock | Temperature Forcing Systems | Environmental Stress Screening