Altitude Simulation

Industries and Applications

Altitude Simulation

Vacuum ejector systems can be implemented for altitude simulation to mimic the effects of high-altitude conditions. These systems work by using a vacuum pump to lower the air pressure inside a chamber or test rig in order to test of engines, avionics, and perform research and development in the field of aircraft and aerospace.

Industries and Applications

Altitude Simulation

Croll Reynolds specialized ejector systems are used by NASA and the European Space agency to stimulate the sub-atmospheric conditions realized by rocket systems in outer space exploration. Ejectors, powered by high pressure chemical vapors , are designed to pull vacuum on sealed chambers wherein booster rockets are fired and tested to perform as they will in space under sub atmospheric conditions.

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