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  • Corrosion Test Equipments/ Salt Fog Test Equipments

    Product Introduction

    The Salt Spray Chamber are specialized to test the performance of the products for its surface of various materials after treatment of corrosive protection by means of painting, coating, galvanizing, anodizing and of lubricant.

    1) Laboratory using PVC sheet, thickness 5 mm, the temperature reaches 80 degree Celsius;
    2) Laboratory closure with high impact acrylic sheet, 6 mm thick;
    3) Supplementary bottles of reagents attached to the water level perspective with hidden windows, clean easy, not easy to break;
    4) Saturated air barrel using SUS #304 stainless steel barrel high pressure barrel insulation is best;

    5) Laboratory basketball adopt flat indexing frame, adjustable angle, surrounded by mist side down exactly the same place the large number of test pieces

    Technical parameters

     Internal Dimensions


     External Dimensions

     2300*1200*1400 mm

     Test Chamber Temp

     Salt Spray Method(NESS ACSS)35º C± 1º C

     Corrosion resistance Method (CASS)50º C± 1º C

     Saturated Air Barrel 

     Salt Spray Method(NESS ACSS)47º C± 1º C


     Corrosion resistance Method (CASS) 63º C± 1º C


     Salt Spray Method(NESS ACSS(6.5~7.2)

     Corrosion resistance Method (CASS)(3.0~3.2)

     Salt Spray Quantity


     Test Chamber Humid

     > 85%

     Sodium chloride


     Solution concentration

     Test Chamber Volume


     Salt Water Box Volume


     Power Supply

     1§ , AC380V 10A  


    What is corrosion test chamber?

    A Corrosion Test Chamber, also known as Salt-spray test chamber, can help the manufacturer to understand how corrosion affects your product, which is the best coating or which materials could be most suitable in the context of use.


    What is the purpose of a corrosion test?

    Corrosion tests are used to study the release of waste form components into solution during waste form degradation. Many corrosion test methods have been developed to study the dissolution of oxide materials, such as glasses, that do not require a preceding oxidation step.

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