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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...

QUV and Q-SUN accelerated weathering testers require the use of special calibration radiometers. The CR10 and UC10 are...

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

This very common question is often well-meaning but can at times limit one’s understanding of weathering of materials....

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 most common Gravelometer test method is SAE J400, which has existed since 1968 and has not changed much over time....

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...

Background:  For a test in QUV we can choose between two conditions that give the same amount of total energy: Test A:...