Xenon lamp aging test chamber is an instrument and equipment for comprehensive weather resistance test after temperature and humidity environment and climate plus light aging. It can provide corresponding environmental simulation and accelerated test for scientific research, product development and quality control, and can be used for new materials. Experiments such as selecting, improving existing materials, or evaluating changes in durability following changes in material composition.
Xenon lamp aging test chamber applicable products:
Automotive materials (interior and exterior trim), plastics, inks, paints and coatings, packaging, photochemicals, industrial and landmark textiles, pigments, dyes, stabilizers and additives.
1. The destructive power of the environment: sunlight, temperature, humidity, and other factors.
2. Sunlight: Fading, yellowing, discoloration, brightness drop, chalking, cracking, blurring, embrittlement, strength drop, oxidation, etc.
3. Temperature: Increase the temperature by 10 degrees Celsius, and the chemical reaction speed will increase twice.
4. Moisture: Change the aging rate and change the aging mode.
The main factors that cause material aging are sunlight and humidity. It can simulate the hazards caused by sunlight, rain and dew, use xenon lamp to simulate the effect of sunlight, and use condensed moisture to simulate rain and dew. Hazards that occur outdoors for months or years can be reproduced in days or weeks. Experimental data from the Xenon lamp aging test chamber can help select new materials, modify existing materials, and evaluate how formulation changes affect product durability.
Xenon lamp aging tester black standard temperature or black panel temperature: when selecting the following two black standard temperatures for exposure testing, refer to: 65°C±3°C or 100°C±3°C
Note: The higher value is designed for special tests, which may make the sample more susceptible to thermal degradation and affect the test results.