Climatic Conditioning, which is also known as Climatic Testing, involves exposing a package or a product to different controlled levels of temperature and humidity inside a calibrated test chamber. This simulates a range of climatic changes that it may encounter during distribution.
Different environments, create different changes in the physical properties of the product or packaging. Through a variety of tests including humidity and thermal testing, Anecto engineers can simulate varying extremes of hot, cold, dry and humid environments which cause degradation in the product or package.
This can expose flaws in packaging such as seals and glue joints becoming impaired and packaging getting damaged, impairing its ability to protect the product. Tests are accredited to all the relevant standards for environmental testing including ASTM D4332, ISTA conditioning, IEC standards and ISO 4180.
ISTA recommended conditioning profiles
|Anticipated Conditions||Time in Hours||Temperature in °C ±2°C (°F±4°F)||Humidity in %|
|Forzen or winter ambient||72||-29°C (-20°F)||Uncontrolled RH|
|Refrigerated package||72||5°C (40°F)||85% RH ±5%|
|Controlled temperature||72||23°C (72°F)||50% RH ±5%|
|Tropical (wet) climate||72||38°C (100°F)||50% RH ±5%|
then desert (Dry):
| 38°C (100°F)
then 60°C (140°F)
|85% RH ±5%
then 30% RH ±5%
|Desert or summer ambient||72||50°C (120°F)||Uncontrolled RH|
|User Defined High Limit||72||Known conditions|
- ISO 11607
- ASTM D4332 – Standard Practice for Conditioning Containers, Packages, or Packaging Components for Testing.
- ISO 4180 – Packaging – Complete, filled transport packages – General rules for the compilation of performance test schedules.
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