Your best bet for a single chamber to do all these tests is our Platinum series.
|Paragraph||Title||Description||Benchtop Models||Reach-in Models||Other Models|
|3.26 R3-187 C.||Simulation of High Ambient Temperature||46°C||Any benchtop or PH or PV ovens||Any Platinous or Platinum||Walk-in|
|3.27 R3-191 ||Thermal Shock||-40 to 60°C||Almost every benchtop||Any Platinous or Platinum||Walk-in|
|3.34.2 R3-204 ||Temperature Cycling/High Humidity||4 to 60°C w/ RH (see below)||ENX||Walk-in|
Here is a summary and special note of 3.34.2: Corrosion Resistance- Temperature Cycling/High Humidity:
Requires 40 twelve-hour cycles with three hour soaks at each extreme. Ramping up from 4.4 to 32°C with 90-95%RH, between 32 to 60°C, a specific humidity of 0.024 kg of water per kg of dry air. During descending temperatures—32 to 4.4°C humidity should be held to 80-95%RH.
ESPEC notes that maintaining humidity during temperature ramping is dependent on the test chamber, the way the cycle is programmed, and the samples loaded. A special modification to the humidity system may be required. Please let us know if you are going to be doing this test.