Model No. - PSPL - 867
Quick Overview : Polymer materials are usually get damaged due to the natural environmental factors which form due to the atmosphere and earth's surface when it is used for years outdoor which directly affect the life of the products.
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Polymer materials are usually get damaged due to the natural environmental factors which form due to the atmosphere and earth’s surface when it is used for years outdoor which directly affect the life of the products. In order to measure the actual life of the polymers when placed years outside, Presto offers various environmental testing equipment to create natural climatic conditions of different types. These instrument helps to study the weather resistance of products when place under the different weather in the laboratory. It is the highly cost-effective method which is widely used to measure the quality of the polymers.
The accelerated weathering test provides two sources of lights namely Xenon lamp and Fluorescent UV lamp. Fluorescent UV lamps are used to create the ultraviolet part of full sunshine; hence it is comparatively difficult to get the reliable testing results all the time when samples are exposed. Additionally, the xenon lamps are used to evaluate the actual life of the polymers as these lamps offer higher feasibility. These lamps are completely filled with Xenon and send the lights because of xenon discharge. A xenon lamp offers stable spectrum distribution and provides an output in the form of steady light energy.
The machine is equipped with the water spray system which is used to create the natural effects of dewdrops and rain. The instrument is also used in various verticals like the automotive industry, paint, and coating industry, wood industry, plastic industry and many more.
The instrument offers the control panel to control the temperature, humidity, and temperature. The inner temperature of the cabinet is controlled to create required climatic effects on the test sample that are caused naturally due to moisture, sunlight, temperature, etc. that causes disluster, fading, cracking, intensity reduction, chalking, flaking tester, oxidation, and chalking.