FOGGING TEST

ITEM 52

The test concerning this method is useful for the “fogging” behaviour determination of organic materials.
This method is originally designed by automotive standards, with the aim of testing leather and fabrics characteristics of creating “Fogging” phenomena in determined ambient conditions.
The term “fogging” regards the condensation of superficial parts (real or imitation leather etc.) of vehicle’s internal trimming on the glasses and, expecially, on the windscreen.
The equipment main frame contains a tank which will be filled with specific glycole liquid, capable of reaching high temperatures.
The leather sample is placed inside each of the 6 standard glasses almost fully immersed inside the high temperature liquid.
A Stainlees stell plates container will be layed upon each glass and will be constantly kept at 20°C by means of constant water flow distribution, guaranteed by a conditioning unit connected to the mainframe. This ambient driven condition will provoke a “Fogging” substrate over the sample surface. The operator will detect such behaviuor either by gravimetric and/or refraction ways.

This equipment is produced in accordance with:
ISO 17071
– EN 14288
– DIN 75 201
– Volvo STD 1027
– GM GME 60 326
– D45 1727
– TSM 0503
– GJ 1756
– VCS 1027,2719
– I.U.P. 33
– I.U.P. 46

CONSTRUCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS:
– Internal carrying plane, in structural treated steel, anti-acid painted
– External protection in sheet Steel of proper thickness anti-acid treated and painted with epoxy resin;
– Six work places18/8 Inox Steel, Test room;
– Inox Steel 18/8 liftable Cooling System;
– Cooling liquid and relief entry etching with rubber-carrier;
– Rapid clutch Agitation System;
– Armored resistances;
– Security thermostat.

WEIGHT: 50Kg
WORKIING PLACES: 6
POWER SUPPLY: 220 V – 50 Hz
DIMENSIONS: 500 X 650 X 600mm

OPTIONAL: Heads refrigeration and cooling unit.

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