The Climate Chambers are used for exposure and health studies, where the climate is controlled, and various types and precise levels of exposures in the air can be simulated using the chambers' advanced equipment to measure the direct biological and cognitive effects on humans.
The Climate Chambers consist of two stainless steel chambers, where we can control and regulate all parameters down to the smallest detail.
In the climate chambers, we can conduct experiments that require precise and documented exposure to specific climatic conditions. These can include, for example, a desert climate (dry-hot), arctic climate (dry-cold), or tropical climate (humid-hot).
We can simulate different types and precise levels of exposure in the air using the advanced equipment in the climate chambers.
Ole Worms Allé 6
Building 1181, Aarhus University
8000 Aarhus C