Frequently asked questions
What is corrosion testing?
Corrosion test is a test performed in the salt fog chamber with a salt solution of 5 (+/- 1)% by weight of salt and 95% by weight of distilled or fully demineralized water.
The test is suitable for assessing the quality and uniformity of protective coatings.
What is the purpose of corrosion testing?
The purpose of the test is to compare the resistance of test objects of a similar construction to the effects of salt spray.
How long takes a corrosion test?
The individual determination must specify one of the following exposure times: 16 hours, 48 hours (2 days), 96 hours (4 days), 168 hours (1 week), 336 hours (2 weeks), 672 hours (4 weeks).
How is corrosion testing performed?
The test item is exposed to the salt mist that is sprayed in the salt fog chamber for a certain period of time. The test item is then examined to see whether anything has changed on the test item, for example rust or other changes.
What does temperature storage effect?
Temperature storage can, for example, speed up the artificial ageing of products.
What can be determined through a temperature change test/climate change test?
The temperature change test or climate change test can be used to determine the effects that frequent temperature changes will have in future areas of application. In addition to the differences between the test temperature, dwell time and the temperature change range in different temperature zones play an important role.