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Product Characteristics And Operating Steps Of Xenon Lamp Aging Test Chamber

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Product Characteristics And Operating Steps Of Xenon Lamp Aging Test Chamber

Hongjin Programmable Xenon Lamp Aging Test Box, Xenon Arc Lamp Weather Resistance Simulation Sunlight uses xenon arc lamps that can simulate full solar spectrum to reproduce destructive light waves in different environments, providing corresponding environmental simulation and accelerated testing for scientific research, product development, and quality control. The xenon lamp test chamber can be used for changes in material composition. It can effectively simulate the changes in materials exposed to sunlight under different environmental conditions. For selecting new materials, improving existing materials, or evaluating accelerated aging tests.

The Xenon Lamp Aging Test Chamber Has The Following Characteristics:

1.Because the spraying cycle is controlled by a programmed that can be carried out even when there is no light, it is able to continue even when there is no light. Even when there is no light, this is still a possibility. The water spray cycle is able to successfully simulate both rapid temperature changes and the processes that are involved in the erosion that is caused when it rains, in addition to the material deterioration that water produces. This is due to the fact that water is capable of efficiently imitating both quick fluctuations in temperature and the mechanisms that are involved in the erosion that is caused by rain.

2. Research has shown that once the coating of rainwater has been removed, the material itself will be vulnerable to direct damage from UV rays as well as the corrosive effects of water. This was proved by the fact that the material itself was damaged. This weather condition can be recreated with the help of the rainwater spraying feature, which also contributes to an improvement in the relevance of specific paint climate ageing tests. Rainwater spraying feature.

3. Leakage protection, protection against overload and power outages, protection against overheating, protection against grounding, protection against water shortages, and protection against power outages in memory are all included in protection against risks.

The xenon light ageing test box's body is made out of CNC equipment, and it has advanced technology, sleek lines, and an appealing appearance. The box door is a single door that has xenon lamp filtered glass windows installed in it. This door can only be opened from the inside. In addition, there is a water plate situated beneath the entry, and said water plate is perforated in order to allow water to drain. The device gives off an impression of being both generous and aesthetically beautiful. The testing room makes use of a unified construction, which incorporates a studio on the top left and an electrical control cabinet on the right. The studio is situated within the integrated construction. In the mechanical room at the base of the building, you'll find a water tank, a drainage device, a water cooling device, as well as a humidification and humidity monitoring water control system. Additionally, there is a device that controls the humidity of the water.

Operation Steps Of Xenon Lamp Aging Test Chamber:

1.Xenon Lamp Aging Test Chamber Exposure:

Table Top Xenon Lamp Aging Test Chamber

(1) Before the sample is put into the xenon lamp ageing test chamber, the xenon lamp ageing test chamber must guarantee that the equipment performs under the stipulated test circumstances and is consistent throughout the operation of the test. This must be done before the sample is put into the xenon lamp ageing test chamber. It is important to complete this step before putting the sample into the xenon lamp ageing test chamber. Before inserting the sample into the xenon lamp ageing test chamber, you must ensure that this procedure has been completed successfully. This step needs to be completed before moving on to the next one so that the sample may be placed inside the chamber once it has been prepped.

(2) The minimum length of time that is necessary for exposure must have been met or exceeded by the amount of time that the sample was left exposed for in order for the test to be valid. If it turns out that this is something that needs to be done, exposing the irradiance measurement equipment at the same time is not an absolutely hard task. It is vital to routinely switch up the placement of the specimen in order to lessen the visibility of any localised unevenness. This will allow for a more accurate assessment of the overall level of the surface. This is done with the intention of ensuring that the test findings are always reliable and consistent. This is done in order to ensure that the specimen is being investigated in a manner that is both fair and objective. When you move the specimen to a new location, it is crucial that you do not forget to keep the specimen in the same orientation that it was in when it was initially fixed. If you do forget, the specimen will not be able to be studied properly. It is possible that the precision of the data collected from the specimen can be improved by carrying out these steps.

(3) If it is necessary to remove the sample in order to carry out the regular inspections, do so with the utmost care so as not to touch the sample's surface or otherwise damage it in any way. If it is necessary to remove the sample in order to carry out the usual inspections, do so with the utmost care. If it is required to remove the sample in order to carry out the standard inspections, make sure to do so in the most careful manner possible. Do not throw away the sample in the case that this cannot be completed successfully. After the examination has been completed, the specimens are required to be placed back into their original placements within the test racks or test boxes in accordance with the criteria that was established at the outset of the procedure. At the same time, care should be taken to ensure that the orientation of the test surface is preserved in the same manner as it was prior to the inspection. This should be done to ensure that the results of the inspection are accurate. It is imperative that this step be taken in order to guarantee that the results of the test are reliable.

2.Xenon Lamp Aging Test Chamber Sample Fixation:

During the time that the specimen is being aged in the xenon light ageing test chamber, the specimen must be securely fastened to the specimen holder in such a way that it is not exposed to any kind of external stress. Every specimen needs to have a permanent mark fastened to it, however the mark itself can't be placed on any part of the specimen that will be scrutinised further. It is possible to build a layout design for the placement of samples, which would make the inspection process more efficient. This would be beneficial because it would allow for more accuracy. A portion of each sample can have a layer of an opaque substance applied on top of it for the duration of the test. This will allow for a comparison to be made between the surface that is covered and the surface that is exposed. The exposure process of the sample can be evaluated more effectively with the help of this comparison. A fraction of each sample may be used for the test being conducted to determine whether there has been a change in the look or colour of the sample. The results of the test should, however, be based on a comparison between the surface of the sample that was illuminated and the surface of the control sample that was kept in the dark throughout the whole experiment.

3.Measurement Of Radiation Exposure In Xenon Lamp Aging Test Chamber:

Air Cooled Xenon Lamp Aging Test Chamber

(1) Once the light dosage measuring equipment has been installed, the radiometer should be able to display the irradiance that is being received by the exposed surface of the sample. If one intends to make use of the instrument, this necessity must first be satisfied.

(2) The irradiance is expressed as the spectrum radiation energy per unit area of human radiation on the exposure plane, and it is measured in joules per square metre. This irradiance is present throughout the duration of the exposure. This is done in consideration of the specific passband that was selected.

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