Accelerated Weathering

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Accelerated Weathering testing is typically conducted in specialized laboratories using advanced equipment and techniques, and the results are used to inform decisions related to material selection, product design, and quality control. Accelerated weathering testing can help manufacturers identify potential weaknesses in their products and make necessary modifications to improve their performance and durability.


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Accelerated weathering is a group of testing techniques used to estimate the likelihood that a material may fail in the future under particular environmental circumstances. To assess the effect on materials, these experiments accelerate weathering and replicate unfavorable environmental conditions. Preemptive testing foretells how materials will behave under real-world circumstances. Future predictions of how materials will function when installed can be made by testing them under various environmental circumstances. Money and lives can be saved by being aware of potential failures. Tests for exposure to UV radiation, high temperatures, low temperatures, high humidity, corrosive environments, and others are available from Infinita Labs. Below is a list of all Dallas Labs tests:

AdhesionASTM D4541
Direct weathering at any angle, mid-continent exposure, with or without backing.ASTM D 1014
Mid Continent Exposure – Under Glass at any Angle With or Without Backing.ASTM D 1014
MountingASTM D1149
Photos taken per evaluation
Salt Fog Environmental Testing – 20% Sodium Chloride Solution – 1 to >1000 HoursASTM B117 ASTM G85 (A5)
Environmental Salt Fog Testing 1 to >1000 HoursASTM B117 ASTM G85 (A5)
U.V./CONDENSATE Weatherometer ExposureASTM G53
U.V./CONDENSATE Weatherometer ExposureASTM D4587
U.V./CONDENSATE Weatherometer ExposureASTM G154
Ultraviolet Exposure – 1 to >500 Hours
Ultraviolet Exposure – Photos taken per evaluation
XENON ARC TYPE Weatherometer ExposureASTM G26
XENON ARC TYPE Weatherometer ExposureASTM G155

Video 01:UV Accelerated Weathering Tester TF424


Accelerated weathering testing is an essential step in the development and manufacturing of durable and reliable products. It helps to ensure that products can withstand harsh environmental conditions and meet the necessary quality and safety standards. This testing also helps to reduce the risk of product failures and safety hazards, ultimately contributing to the sustainability and safety of our built environment.

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