Cyclic Corrosion Test (CCT)
For most artifical accelerated tests in laboratory, getting a consistent testing results with outdoor is the most important purpose. Prior to cyclic corrosion testing, conventional salt spray (a continuous salt spray at 35˚C), was the most popular way to simulate corrosion in a lab. Because conventional salt spray methods failed to simulate the natural wet/dry cycles of the outdoors, test results frequently provided poor correlation to outdoors.
|Model||BGD 886/T||BGD 887/T||BGD 888/T|
|Working Room Size (WxHxD in mm)||1200x800x1000||1600x800x1000||2000x800x1200|
|Working Room Capacity (excluding V-shape cover)||960L||1280L||1920L|
|Overall Size (mm)||2500x1650x1220||2900x1650x1220||3300x1720x1420|
- Cyclic Corrosion Test (CCT) Cabinet 960L BGD 886-T