fadeometer

fadeometer

An apparatus for determining the resistance of resins and other materials to fading. It accelerates the fading by subjecting the article to high-intensity ultraviolet rays of approximately the same wavelength as those found in sunlight.
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The container's resistance to UV rays can be monitored on a sunny shelf or in the Fadeometer.
Tests could include salt water soak tests, Sutherland Rub tests, chemical resistance tests, Fadeometer tests, Weatherometer tests, and burst strength tests.
A Fadeometer allows the ink formulator to test a sample of the ink by comparing the exposed portion of the sample to the unexposed part.
Equipment such as the Fadeometer tests the lightfastness of inks using a xenon arc lamp," Mr.
Testing and Evaluation Procedures for Compounds * Physical tests: tensile, modulus, elongation * Low temperature: brittle point, impact, torsional stiffness, cold bend * Chemical tests: extraction, compatibility * Viscosity: low shear, high shear * High temperature: aging, heat stability * Environmental: fadeometer, weatherometers, and types
The finished product reportedly meets generally accepted lighting industry performance of not more than 15 points yellowness factor at 1000 hr on an Atlas fadeometer.
Some of the equipment used at the Langhorne facility include: grind gauge, Haake rotoviscosimeter, electronic inkometer, data color spectrophotometer, 3-roll lab mill, fadeometer and corona lab treater.
Low temperate: brittle point, impact, torsional stiffness, cold bend * Chemical tests: extraction, compatibility * Viscosity: low shear, high shear * High temperature: aging, heat stability * Environmental: fadeometer, weatherometers, types Compound Manufacturing Methods * Preblending the compound mix, ribbon blenders, high-intensity mixers, Banbury mixers, Continuous Banbury mixers, extruder types of continuous mixers, and pelletizing
According to company, the finished product will meet generally accepted lighting industry performance of not more than 15 points yellowness factor at 1000 hr on an Atlas Fadeometer.
According to the company, the finished product will meet generally accepted lighting industry performance of not more than 15 points yellowness factor at 1000 hr on an Atlas Fadeometer.
According to the company, finished products manufactured from the material meet accepted industry performance standards of not more than 15 points Yellowness Factor at 1000 hrs on an Atlas Fadeometer.
Finished products meet the industry standard of not more than 15 points Yellowness Factor after 1000 hrs in an Atlas Fadeometer.