salt-fog test

salt-fog test

[′sȯlt ¦fäg ‚test]
(metallurgy)
An accelerated corrosion test in which a piece of metal is subjected to a fine spray of sodium chloride solution. Also known as salt-spray test.
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Insulators coated with POWERSILA 570 PLUS reliably pass the 1,000-hour salt-fog test as per IEC 62217.