May 20, 2019

Technical library

White paper: Discussion on the thermal mapping methodology for thermostatic enclosures

Controlling the temperature has a great impact on biological, chemical and chemico-physical characteristics of materials and products. It is important to control this factor in order to maintain the product quality. That is why thermal mapping is used to characterize the operation and follow up of a thermostatic enclosure. This needs to be anticipated during its designing. Available norms and guidance supply a piece of the answer although they were initially developed for test chambers. 

This white paper is in French. You will read about:

Technical considerations
Methodological approach
Special cases

This white paper was written by Cédric Duhain Ir., Qualification & Validation consultant at Nalys. 

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