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Humidity is a general term that describes the amount of water vapor in the air. Humidity is a critical element of the...

ISO and ASTM are the two major international standards bodies for weathering and corrosion testing. Although they use...

A very common and fundamental question to ask when beginning a weathering and/or corrosion testing program: “What kind of...

Q-Lab includes an air preconditioner as a standard accessory with every Q-FOG CRH tester. Not all manufacturers do this,...

What is Dew Point?

by Andy Francis on Nov 6, 2020 5:11:53 PM

The dew point is the temperature at which dew (condensation) forms and is a measure of atmospheric moisture. It is the...

The short answer to this question is no, for two main reasons:

JASO M609/M610 CCT-I and CCT-II are cyclic corrosion tests that feature a fast transition between conditions. This fast...

The term “wet bottom” is used in two common standards for corrosion testing - ASTM G85 and SAE J2334. ASTM G85 calls for...

What is Cyclic Corrosion Testing?

by Bill Tobin on Jun 29, 2020 4:10:40 PM

Cyclic corrosion testing is intended to be a more realistic way to perform salt spray tests than traditional, steady...

Corrosion is caused when a metal is in contact with water and an electrolyte, such as a salt. In this corrosive...