Climatic wind tunnel

  • 13-May-2016 11:41 EDT
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T/CCI Manufacturing’s Climatic Wind Tunnel in Decatur, IL allows customers to simulate any real-world condition by controlling humidity, wind, temperature, solar and road conditions up to100 mph. Because the system can test from bitter cold to stifling heat, at a specified range of temperature and humidity and solar capability between 100-1400 W/m2, customers can fully understand the effects of the sun, ambient and road conditions. For more information or available tunnel time, contact Matt Wilson at mwilson@tccimfg.com.

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