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A leading Australian University is using Our Xenon Chamber with the Optional Extended-spectrum to Study the Weathering Environment

Author:
Darrian N.

A leading Australian research university is using our Xenon chamber with the optional extended-spectrum to study the weathering by accelerating the process inside the Qualitest Xenon Test Chamber. The initial study will be focused on the automotive industry employing all of the major test methods including determining the effects of light waves close to and including visible light.

The xenon test chamber uses a xenon arc lamp as a light source to closely emulate true environmental conditions. 

Controlled product degradation study (weathering), using varying light spectrum, temperature and moisture used to evaluate the weather resistance of the test material or samples.

The weathering test is an important way to optimize the composition of your product in the process of scientific research and production. It is also an important part of product quality inspection. Industries such as coatings, plastic, aluminum-plastic plate and automobile safety glass are all required to do this kind of weather ability test.