Worst-case scenario

What happens to your dangerous goods and your pharmaceutical products while in transit in a climate controlled vehicle when the vehicle or climate control break down as a result of excessive waiting times or frequent opening of the compartment doors? How is the temperature affected in the load area? How long does it take for the product temperature to be affected? How much time do I have to react?
What happens to your temperature controlled products, transported by air freight in the air freight containers? How do the product temperatures change when the air freight container is exposed to extreme external temperatures and sunlight on the runway?
These worst-case scenarios can be simulated in our climate chamber that is accessible to vehicles, thus determining realistic temperature profiles. A multitude of calibrated radio data logging equipment makes it possible to gain an exact overview of the temperature distribution in the hold and the product. Our climate chamber enables us to accommodate entire articulated lorries and forklifts and simulate loading situations.