NSS ACSS CASS Salt Spray Test Chambers are used to test a product or material in a highly corrosive environment for the purposes of evaluating the long-term effects of salt on an object and its ability to withstand the effects of corrosion. Environmental test chambers evaluate product quality and reliability, and identify manufacturing flaws and weaknesses in those products before they are released to the general market.
The test results recorded through the process of salt spray testing can show the process of product decay and degradation and help predict the potential lifespan of a product or coating. Within the sealed test chamber, a salt-laden spray or a salt-fog (mainly sodium-chloride) is produced by a high-pressure nozzle to check the corrosion resistance of product coatings or coverings for products usually made from steel, brass and other metals.
Test room inner size
Test room out size
Test room tem
NSS ACSS 35℃±1℃/CASS50℃±1℃
Pressure barrel temperature
NSS ACSS 47℃±1℃/CASS63℃±1℃
Salt water temperature
Test room capacity
Salt water capacity
Sodium chloride solution concentration 5% or Add sodium chloride solution at 5% concentration per liter CuCL2
Compressed air pressure 1.00±0.01kgf/cm2
Spray amount 1.0~2.0ml/80cm2/h
The relative temperature of the laboratory is over 85%
Spray mode continuous spray programmable spray (including continuous spray and intermittent spray)