Temperature & Thermal Testing

Researchers recently announced the development of a viscoelastic material that can withstand temperatures from -320ºF to 1832ºF, while holding on to its elasticity. Once the stuff of science fiction, extreme materials like this new rubber made of nanotubes are now reality.

Element climatics laboratories

Materials are getting smarter and more high-tech, but they still need performance testing before manufacturers can build successful products. Element clients bring their questions about environmental testing and temperature/thermal testing for their materials and products, and our experts provide them with answers based on accurate data generated in the lab. Whether it's elevated temperature tensile testing for aerospace fasteners or sub-zero exposure for mountain climbing equipment, Element can recreate the conditions your parts or products will face in actual use.