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gravimetric fogging test equipment for Automotive interiors

gravimetric fogging test equipment for Automotive interiors

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gravimetric fogging test equipment for Automotive interiors

FT-F1 fogging test equipment is professionally designed for the fogging characteristics evaluation of volatile constituents of decorating materials used in cars and aircrafts, e.g. plastic articles, polyurethane, textiles, leather, adhesives, nonwovens and thermal forming elastomers at high temperature conditions. It also could be used for the fogging phenomenon test of high intensity discharge (HID) headlamps of cars.

Specifications

SpecificationsFT-F1 Fogging Test equipment
Temperature Range of High-Temperature BathRoom temperature ~ 150°C
(room temperature ~ 280°C is optional)
Accuracy±0.1°C (150°C)
Temperature Range of Low-Temperature Bath0 ~ 100°C
Accuracy±0.1°C
Size of High-Temperature Bath670 mm (L) x 490 mm (W) x 540 mm (H)
Size of Low-Temperature Bath400 mm (L) x 220 mm (W) x 520 mm (H)
Net Weight of High-Temperature Bath
32 kg (except the weight of heat conducting medium)
Net Weight of Low-Temperature Bath15 kg (except the weight of heat conducting medium)
Power SupplyAC 220V 50Hz


Test Methods

Gloss Method: the specimen is heated in the beaker and its volatile constituents are condensed on the cooling glass plate. The fogging value could be obtained by calculating and comparing the gloss values occurred before and after condensation process.
Haze Method: the specimen is heated in the beaker and its volatile constituents are condensed on the cooling glass plate. The fogging value of the specimen could be obtained by calculating and comparing the fogging values occurred before and after condensation process.
Weighing Method: the specimen is heated in the beaker and its volatile constituents are condensed on the cooling aluminum foil. The fogging value - the weight of condensed constituents could be obtained by analyzing the weight changes of aluminum foil occurred before and after condensation process.