Q-Lab Corrosion Tester Provides Relative Humidity Control

Originally titled 'Corrosion Tester Provides Relative Humidity Control'

Available in both 600- and 1,100-L sizes, the Q-Fog CRH cyclic corrosion tester from Q-Lab Corp. is designed for traditional salt spray and prohesion testing.

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Available in both 600- and 1,100-L sizes, the Q-Fog CRH cyclic corrosion tester from Q-Lab Corp. is designed for traditional salt spray and prohesion testing. An air pre-conditioner provides control of relative humidity, and ramp times can be precisely controlled as well. In addition to atomized mist salt fog, the corrosion tester includes an optional shower function that produces larger spray droplets and higher flow rates. A cleaning feature for spray nozzles helps prevent clogging.

According to the company, the tester meets most major international and automotive corrosion test standards, including GMW 14872, SAE J2334 and others from Ford, ISO, GB/T, VW, Volvo, Chrysler and Renault, among others.

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