Major car companies and parts manufacturers rely on ETC’s Drive-In Vehicle Test Chambers to test how their products withstand extreme environmental conditions. Manufacturers use this fully-automated equipment within their facilities to simulate real-world conditions, including the full-range of air and road temperatures, wind speeds and humidity levels. Simultaneously, a tool known as a dynamometer operates their product by revving the engine, spinning the wheels, etc.
Constructed of modular cam lock panels, the Drive-In Vehicle Test Chamber is a rugged environmental test chamber designed to remain air-tight while expansion and contraction occur in response to the stresses of extreme simulated environmental conditions. The steel chamber floor is compatible with an existing structure and interfaces with dynamometer pit and side panels, giving you the ability to fully soak a vehicle while running a variety of other tests.
Various Vehicle Test Applications requiring varied test environments simulating hot road and sun exposure.