A trusted partner to the U.S. aerospace industry, Dynavac is one of the few companies in the world manufacturing thermal vacuum systems with the capabilities to simulate the harsh conditions of space. From custom chamber design to advanced thermal control, our turnkey testing environments help you take flight with full confidence.
Thermal Vacuum Systems
Turnkey thermal vacuum systems for space simulation
Creating environments engineered to enable mission success
Dynavac’s thermal vacuum systems simulate the harsh environmental conditions needed to test space flight hardware. We offer complete solutions with comprehensive data collection tools, helping you ensure your equipment is ready for the extremes of outer space.
- System sizes range from bench-top units to field-constructed facilities. Our systems cover cubesats to manned spacecraft.
- Configurations are available for thermal balance testing, thermal cycle, bakeout, and life cycle testing.
- Our systems support standard test protocols (such as GSFC-STD-7000) and custom protocols.
Thermal vacuum components and subsystems
Dynavac’s thermal vacuum systems are built from our complete line of components and subsystems expressly for your specific flight test needs.
Thermal Vacuum Systems Datasheet
Dynavac manufactures thermal vacuum systems that simulate the harsh conditions of space. Our systems are designed to replicate a variety of environmental conditions and performance criteria for prequalification of space flight hardware.
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