Ozone Resistance Test Chambers ISO 105-G03 AATCC 109 ASTM D1149

Ozone resistance test chambers play a crucial role in evaluating the durability and resistance of various materials and products to ozone exposure. These chambers simulate real-world conditions to determine the effects of ozone on different materials, helping manufacturers develop ozone-resistant products. In this article, we will explore the advantages of ozone resistance test chambers provided by Wewon Environmental Chambers Co., Ltd., and discuss the test standards including ISO 105-G03, AATCC 109, ASTM D1149, and GB/T 11039.3 that govern ozone concentration testing.

What is the Ozone Resistance Test Chambers ? Ozone resistance test chambers, also known as ozone chambers or ozone aging test chambers, are specialized equipment designed to evaluate the performance and durability of materials under controlled ozone exposure conditions. These chambers mimic the environmental conditions that products may encounter during their lifetime, enabling manufacturers to assess the long-term effects of ozone exposure. Ozone test chambers are commonly used in industries such as automotive, aerospace, electronics, and construction, where products may be exposed to ozone-rich environments.

Ozone Resistance Test Chamber
Product Name Ozone Resistance Test Chamber
Product Model WEW-OZ-150L-Dynamic
Test Room Volume 150 Liters
Testing Room 500*500*600 (W*D*H mm)
External Dimension 900*1000*1700 (W*D*H mm)
Temperature Range 10℃ ~ 70℃
Temp Fluctuation ±0.5℃; (Volatility: ± 0.5 ℃; Uniformity: ± 2 ℃)
Humidity Range 30% ~ 75% RH (Adjustable)
Humidity Distribution  ±3% Accuracy
Ozone Concentration  10 ~ 1000 pphm
Air Flow Speed 12 ~ 16 mm/s
Shelf Rotation Rate 360 Degree Rotating Sample Rack (Adjustable)
Pull up Frequency 0-30 Hz
Pump Speed 20L/min
Test Gas Flow 4.7~10L/min or 280-560L/H
Power Voltage AC 220 +-5%/ 50 +- 0.5Hz
Equipment Weight 225 Kgs
Ozone resistance test chambers are invaluable tools for evaluating the durability and resistance of materials to ozone exposure. Wewon Environmental Chambers Co., Ltd. offers advanced ozone resistance test chambers with precise control, customizable parameters, and user-friendly interfaces. These chambers comply with international standards such as ISO 105-G03, AATCC 109, ASTM D1149, and national standard GB/T 11039.3, enabling manufacturers to ensure the quality and longevity of their products in the face of ozone exposure. By investing in reliable ozone resistance test chambers, manufacturers can enhance product performance, improve customer satisfaction, and meet industry regulations efficiently.
Wewon’s ozone resistance test chambers provide highly accurate ozone control, allowing users to create specific ozone concentrations required for testing. This precise control ensures reliable and reproducible test results, enabling manufacturers to make informed decisions about product development and quality improvements. Precise Ozone Control: Equipment Features
Wewon’s ozone chambers offer customizable test parameters, including temperature, humidity, and exposure time. This flexibility allows manufacturers to replicate specific operating conditions and assess the material’s resistance to ozone in a controlled fashion. Customizable Test Parameters:
The ozone test chambers from Wewon feature a user-friendly interface, making it simple for operators to set test parameters, monitor ongoing tests, and retrieve data. This intuitive interface enhances the overall user experience and streamlines the testing process. User-Friendly Interface:
Wewon’s ozone chambers are built with high-quality materials and advanced engineering techniques, ensuring durability and reliability. The chambers are designed to withstand prolonged use and provide consistent performance, reducing the need for frequent maintenance and minimizing downtime. Robust Construction:
Wewon prioritizes safety and incorporates various safety features in their ozone test chambers. These features include temperature and humidity controls, protection against ozone leakage, and emergency shutdown systems, ensuring the well-being of operators and preventing any accidents during testing. Safety Guarantee:
The ISO 105-G03 and AATCC 109 are international standards that outline methods for testing textiles for their resistance to ozone. Both standards involve subjecting test specimens to ozone concentrations for a specified duration. However, there are some differences in the conditions and requirements of the ozone concentration test between the two standards: The ISO 105-G03 standard specifies the ozone concentration test method for textiles in which the test specimens are exposed to a controlled concentration of ozone in a sealed chamber.

The ozone concentration is typically maintained at 50 pphm or 100 pphm for a specific duration. The conditions include a specified temperature, humidity, and airflow within the chamber. While both ISO 105-G03 and AATCC 109 standards involve subjecting textiles to ozone concentrations, they differ in terms of the specified ozone concentration levels, temperature, humidity, and airflow conditions. It is important to refer to the specific standard required by your industry or testing organization for accurate and applicable guidelines.

related page logoISO 105-G03 Textiles – Tests for Colour Fastness – The Part G03: Colour Fastness to Ozone in the Atmosphere (ISO 105 -G03)
related page logoTest Method for Colorfastness to Ozone in the Atmosphere Under Low Humidities|American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC 109)
related page logoGB/T 11039.3 Textiles Tests for Colour Fastness. Colour Fastness to Contaminatoins. Part 3: Ozone in the Atmosphere Conditions
related page logoASTM D1149 Standard Test Methods for Rubber Deterioration – Surface Ozone Cracking in a Chamber|Ozone Concentration Test
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