Implemented with hi- tech technology, Salt Spray Chamber brings forth an economical and highly effective solution for checking the corrosion resistance of a surface coating on the exposure to a salt environment. This is a time-tested product which is specifically engineered and developed for assessing the ability of the component to withstand corrosion due to atmospheric conditions. This inspection of the components ensures complete flexibility in the evaluation of real life weathering conditions.
Fog collection device
Digital timer with memory backup
Hanging arrangement with tray
Water level sensor with air regulator
High level of accuracy in temperature
Digital temperature indicator cum controller
Thermostat with indicator and buzzer
Double walled chamber reinforced with excellent glass wool insulation
No distortion and deformation due to high temperature
The Horizontal Flammability Tester for the interior of a motor vehicle consists of a stainless steel box. The box has four slots of specified width on the upper part of all sides and the bottom plate has 10 holes of specified diameter. The box has an access window of a heat resistant glass plate on the front and a door that has a slot that allows U-shaped clamp enter the box, and a hole for passing a hose from a gas burner, on the side. The box is fitted with four legs and the bottom part raised by 10mm. the clamps made of metal of U-shape of a specified dimension. A Bunsen burner of specified dimension is fitted on the bottom of the stainless steel box. The length of flame control with the help of the needle valve. The flame of the burner is automatically controlled with the help digital preset timer and synchronous motor.
JASO M 313-83, FMVSS302, ASTM D5132
Stress Relaxation Testing Machine As per DIN 52913 & IS 2712: 1998
Gas Sealability Testing Machine As per ASTM F37 B
Creep Relaxation Testing Machine As per ASTM F38 B
The Fogging Tester is specially designed equipment for testing the fogging characteristics or VOCs of leather, plastics, vinyl and textiles for automotive, aerospace and other transportation vehicles.This fogging tester comprises of following equipment.
Thermostatically Controlled Bath: Available with all safety devices for over- heating, this is designed to operate at up to 130°C. All the parameters like bath capacity, circulation system and heating system work in coordination as to control the temperature within ± 0.5°C throughout the bath. A slow and uniform speed is maintaining for the agitation of the bath.
Note: There is a centrifugal pump at the bottom of some of the heaters and circulators that enable the pumping of liquid at high speed around the bath. Passing liquid in the beakers have different speeds and this will cause differentiation in the temperatures of different beakers. The distance between the bath fluid and lower surface of the glass plate should be 60 ± 2 mm.
Cooling Plates: Hollow in structure, these cooling plates are made from rust-proof metals with aluminum on the side facing the glass plate. These are specially designed for keeping the glass plates cool. The cooling water flows through a whole of the plate with two connections. A minimum weight of 1kg should be maintained in the cooling plate filled with to overcome the buoyancy of the beaker in the bath. For each different beaker, a separate cooling plate is used. Designing of the cooling plates and water thermostat is done in such a way that the mean temperature of water remains at 21ºC and the temperature difference between the inlet and outlet does not exceed 1ºC.
Flat bottomed beakers: These are made from heat-resistant glass
Metal rings: Made from rust proof steel, these rings are used to keep the test pieces flat.
Sealing Rings: These rings are L- shaped or circular, made from silicone or fluoro rubber.
Float-glass plates: These plates are available in residential or windshield window quality for condensation of the fogging. Available in the tin and not- tin finish, these glass plates have reflectometer values within ± 2% units.
Note: Identification of the tin and non-tin surfaces of the glass plates can be done by viewing in a darkened room under a UV light at 254 nm wavelength. When exposed to UV light, the tin surface of the plate will fluoresce.
Aluminum foil discs: These discs are stored in a dedicator for avoiding condensation and contamination
Reflectometer: also known as gloss meter
Spacer: This type of spacer is specially installed during reflectometer measurements to prevent contact with the condensate on the glass plate. These are made from high-grade materials such as paper or plastic with a circular hole for the measurements.
Desiccators: These are available with suitable drying material