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|Dimension:||90*60*50cm||Heater:||Corrosion-resistant Titanium Tube|
|PH Value:||CASS: 3.0~3.2||Spray Quantum:||1.0~2.0(ml/80cm2/h)|
|Chamber:||Material Is Made Of P.V.C Sheet||Temperature:||CASS 50℃±1℃|
salt spray corrosion test chamber,
salt spray test equipment
Corrosion Resistance Environmental Acetic Acid Salt Spray Chamber for Testing Chromium Plating
Salt spray testing is popular because it is relatively inexpensive, quick, well standardized, and reasonably repeatable.
Although there may be a weak correlation between the duration in salt spray test and the expected life of a coating in certain coatings such as hot dip galvanized steel, this test has gained worldwide popularity due to low cost and quick results.
Most Salt Spray Chambers today are being used NOT to predict the corrosion resistance of a coating, but to maintain coating processes such as pre-treatment and painting, electroplating, galvanizing, and the like, on a comparative basis. For example, pre-treated + painted components must pass 96 hours Neutral Salt Spray, to be accepted for production.
Failure to meet this requirement implies instability in the chemical process of the pre-treatment, or the paint quality, which must be addressed immediately, so that the upcoming batches are of the desired quality. The longer the accelerated corrosion test, the longer the process remains out of control, and larger is the loss in the form of non-conforming batches.
The principle application of the salt spray test is therefore enabling quick comparisons to be made between actual and expected corrosion resistance. Most commonly, the time taken for oxides to appear on the samples under test is compared to expectations, to determine whether the test is passed or failed. For this reason the salt spray test is most often deployed in a quality audit role, where, for example, it can be used to check the effectiveness of a production process, such as the surface coating of a metallic part. The salt spray test has little application in predicting how materials or surface coatings will resist corrosion in the real-world, because it does not create, replicate or accelerate real-world corrosive conditions. Cyclic corrosion testing is better suited to this.
1, Chamber material is made of P.V.C Sheet, sturdily and will not be out of shape.
2, Test chamber is heated from five directions to ensure the temperature is uniformity distributed.
3, Spray nozzle is specially made, enable to spray the salt water with considerable speed, then falls on the surface of samples.
4, Hot and moist air keeps the humidity in the test chamber conforms testing request.
5, High precision P.I.D. temperature controller limits the temperature difference within the range of ±0.1℃.
Please Note Small Type of 60 and 90 do not meet standard of ASTM B117.
|Model (Touch Screen)||HL-60-CS||HL-90-CS||HL-120-CS||HL-160-CS||HL-200-CS|
|Chamber Volume||108 L||270 L||480 L||800 L||1440 L|
|Solution Tank||15L||25 L||40 L|
|Power Supply||AC 220V 50HZ||AC 380V 50HZ|
|Ambient temp. & humid. range||+5℃ ~ +35℃ / <85%RH|
|Testing Temperature||NSS ACSS 35℃±1℃ / CASS 50℃±1℃|
|Air Temperature||NSS ACSS 47℃±1℃ /CASS 63℃±1℃|
|Solution Consistence||NaCl 5%|
|PH Value||NASS ACSS:6.5~7.2 / CASS:3.0~3.2|
|Temperature uniformity||≦2. 0℃|
|Chamber Material||polyvinyl chloride (PVC)|
|Heater||Corrosion-resistant titanium tube|
|Temperature sensor||Platinum Resistance (PT-100)|
|Safety device||Over-temperature protection , leakage protection|
1. The above specifications are for reference only, the actual specifications for the main quotation.
2. Custom made is available according to customers’ special requirements
CASS TEST — COPPER-ACCELERATED ACETIC ACID SALT SPRAY (FOG) TEST — (ASTM B368, B117),
is a cyclic corrosion test that uses a solution of sodium chloride and ammonium sulfate which is much more dilute than traditional salt fog (spray).
Also known as the CASS test, this test is commonly used to evaluate paints on steel as well as to determine corrosion resistance of various aluminum alloys.
It is also used for testing chromium plating on zinc and steel die castings. It was developed specifically for testing decorative electrodeposited coatings of nickel/chromium and copper/nickel/chromium.
Uses include research and development, specification acceptance, manufacturing control of product or process, and simulated service evaluations.
Contact Person: Mr. Raymond Chung