Cold and heat help in product optimisation
We can cool the chamber down to a chilly -30°C, or heat it up to 40°C. This gives us answers to some important questions: How does the fuel mix behave in these temperatures? Does the oil have the ideal viscosity? Do our fuels burn without leaving much residue? How does the tool perform around the dew point? We take all of these findings from our climate chamber and integrate them into the development of new products. This way, we ensure that we are always moving forward in terms of development, from model to model. You can put your faith in our tools giving you a helping hand, even in extreme weather conditions.