The air conditioning chambers are units that artificially offer controlled environments necessary to perform tests according to the specialty. They are responsible for environmental simulation, accelerated aging, quality control, materials and systems research, product stability study, wet conditioning, behavior analysis of animal and plant species, among others.
They also control temperature and humidity ranges to simulate environmental factors and maintain conditions for long periods.
The air conditioning chambers have functions for the creation of controlled environments, which must have a cold source, a heat source and a lighting panel, duly formed by cooling systems, mechanical compression or a ventilation system, through an electrical resistance heating system. In addition, to reach humidity levels, the areas have a humidification system, by submerged electrical resistors. Finally, there is a lighting mechanism and a control system.