Automotive & Aerospace
There are many different applications for humidity and temperature monitoring in the automotive and aerospace industries:
Test cells for engine monitoring. Mass balance and efficiency assessment. Used by engine builders and fuel suppliers (oil, petrol, etc.). In the case of jet engines: weather stations to measure intake air conditions.
Testing of vehicle components
Accelerated testing of vehicle components to simulate lifetime under changing weather conditions.
Air conditioning control
Air conditioning control in vehicles. Design-specific applications.
A tire consists of various layers - even if only the typical rubber part can be seen. Monitoring of relative humidity and temperature plays an important role in production: when mixing the rubber mass, in the manufacture of the fabric and steel mesh and during calendering, i.e. bonding of the rubber with the fabric and steel mesh.
Vehicle emissions and operational testing. Drive-in environmental chambers for testing of vehicles and components. Also for military aircraft, weaponry, munitions, torpedoes, rockets, etc.
Accelerated testing of electronic components. Environmental chambers with rapidly changing climate conditions, stress tests.