|Chamber Workspace Volume(L)||108L||270L||412L||663L||1080L|
|Salt solution reservoir dims.||Width||230||350||350||570||570|
|Performance||Temperature range||RT+5℃ ~55℃|
|Temperature fluctuation||≤ ± 0.5 ℃|
|Temperature uniformity||≤ 2°C|
|Salt spray fall-out rates||1～2ml/80 cm².h (16 hours average)|
|Compressed air pressure||2~4 kg/cm2(0.2~0.4Mpa/28.4~56.8psi)|
|Spray pressure||1 kg/cm2(0.1Mpa/14.2psi)|
|Test methods||NSS; AASS; CASS|
|Heating||Heater type||Titanium alloy heater|
|Control and sense system||Controller||Touch screen temperature controller|
|Timing range||1~9999(H.M.S) adjustable|
|Temp. sensor||PT-100Ω Dry bulb|
|Facility requriement||Air||0.8Mpa (114psi) with 120L/min air flow|
|Water||Deionized/distilled water for topping up air saturator and making salt solution.|
|Electricity supply||1 phase||1 phase||1 phase||3 phase|
|Voltage (VAC) and frequency (Hz) dependant on country/region of installation.|
|Operating environment conditions||+5℃~ +28℃ ≤ 85%RH|
|Accessories||V-shaped specimen shelf||Making 15˚ and 30˚ leaning test|
|Round bar specimen shelf||Hanging tiny test specimen for testing like fasteners|
|Glass spray nozzle||Producing wet and dense salt spray|
|Funnel||Collecting salt spray to metering cup|
|Metering cup||Collecting salt spray|
|Exhaust pipe||2m exhaust pipe is provided which should be terminated outside building|
|Drain pipe||2m drain pipe provided which should be terminated into floor level drain|
Over temperature protection;
Lack of water protector;
Over, absence and phase reverse voltage protector(3 phase)
leakage protection etc.
Salt spray test chamber is the most reliable equipment for checking corrosion resistance of surface coatings when exposed to a salt-laden environment. This time-tested product has been specifically designed to assess the rust-proof ability of components to withstand corrosion due to atmospheric conditions. It provides complete flexibility in simulation of real life weathering conditions.
The temperature range for salt spray is 5°C above ambient temperature up to +55°C.
Salt spray test chamber is suitable for standard salt/fog testing in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9227 (DIN 50021),ASTM B117 and similar international test standards, and can be used with pH neutral salt solutions (NSS) or those acidified by the addition of Acetic Acid (ASS) or Cupric Acid (CASS).
Salt Spray chambers are commonly used to evaluate the corrosive properties of:
Phosphated surfaces (with subsequent paint/primer/lacquer/rust preventive).
Zinc and Zinc-alloy plating (see also electroplating).
Electroplated chromium, nickel, copper and tin.
Coatings not applied electrolytically (such as zinc flake coatings).