SALT SPRAY TESTING
One of the most widespread and established tests for corrosion, salt spray envelops test samples in a salt fog to evaluate the suitability of the coating for use as a protective finish. At Cadorath, these materials are usually metallic, although stone, ceramics, and polymers are also tested.
ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT
The salt spray test is one of industry’s most widespread and long-established corrosion tests. The first internationally recognized salt spray standard was published in 1939.
Many of the popular salt spray tests currently in use have been modified, with many materials not requiring the same durations of salt exposure. These modified tests have been introduced to correspond to the growth of specific industry sectors.
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OUR METALLURGY & PLATING LAB CAPABILITIES:
|METALLURGY AND PLATING LAB|
|Micro Hardness Testing||Superficial Hardness Testing|
|Tensile Strength Testing||Microstructure Evaluation|
|Wet Titration Solution Analysis||pH Testing|
|Salt Spray Testing||Adhesion Testing|
OUR ENGINEERING CAPABILITIES:
|Metallurgy and Plating Lab||Prototyping and Design|