Space-bound equipment must perform exactly as it was designed, with no room for error. We can assist the industry in meeting such mission-critical requirements.

Electromagnetic and environmental performance are important factors to consider while sending electrical equipment into space.
Because in-service maintenance is nearly impossible, one component or sub-assembly must not interfere with or be influenced by another, and both components and entire units must be able to perform in extremes of temperature, variable environmental pressures, dust or gas environments, and should be moisture resistant.
Sanray’s global lab network can assist in evaluating components and equipment for these various, out-of-this-world difficulties.


Our skilled electrical engineers can inspect R&D stage equipment, looking for anything from surge protection to creepage and clearance to assist you avoid short-circuiting. We may also assist with basic design validation to ensure that the equipment works as intended.


Several Sanray locations have fully anechoic and semi-anechoic chambers for emissions and immunity testing, with test items ranging in size from 3 to 10 metres. Observers are welcome at any time.


Sanray has a wide selection of chambers for testing temperature, vibration, shock, mechanical wear, dust/moisture ingress, and light spectrum effects. Our chambers are used to test equipment for aerospace, military, IT, and industrial applications, and we can simulate altitudes up to 100,000 feet in temperature (30,000 meter).