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Safety Instructions and Precautions for UV Test Chambers

If the user does not follow the below instructions, Then the manufacturer will not be responsible for the consequences. Only when the machine fails during transportation, the manufacturer will be responsible for the faulty parts or parts. When you need to replace any part of your UV weathering test chamber, You must use the product supplied or recommended by the UV uv aging test chamber manufacturer. If the operator uses components not approved by the manufacturer, Then the manufacturer is not responsible for the consequences.

Normally, The UV test chamber will use 220V to run its fluorescent tubes. When the machine is in the UV cycle step, the plastic socket of the lamp tube has voltage. If one end of the lamp is plugged into the jack and the other end is not plugged into the jack, the contact pins on the lamp may have 220V. This point requires special attention to avoid the risk of electric shock.

Safety Instructions and Precautions for UV Test Chambers
The light from this weathering chamber may cause severe sunburn or inflammation of the eyes. Dangers of Ultraviolet Rays
Before you use the testing machine, Be sure to familiarize yourself with the damage of this instrument.
Unless you are a qualified technician and can perform maintenance or operation actions as described in this manual, Do not open the uv aging test chamber at will.
Before opening or moving the uv light test chamber, turn off the power.
Don’t be fooled by the tube’s cool blue exterior or low heat and visible light. The weathering chamber’s lamp is a highly efficient generator that produces UV light similar to the sun. These lamps require the same protection as sun exposure or medical therapy lights. Exposure to unprotected lamps for several minutes can result in severe sunburn or eye irritation. The eye inflammation at this time is like a severe sunburn on the eyeball, just like the “snow blindness” familiar to skiers. In the sun, heavy or repeated exposure to the sun can lead to early aging of the skin or early skin damage.
Sunburn or eye irritation may be delayed. Symptoms (pain, redness, feeling hot) don’t appear until 4 to 12 hours after sun exposure.
After sunburn or eye irritation, the skin or eyes become more sensitive to future UV exposure, including sunlight.
During normal operation with the door closed, there is no UV damage from the lamps of this uv test chamber. When the door is closed, the UV leakage part is less than 1/20 of the intensity of sunlight passing through the window glass. With the door open and the test panel still on, the UV leakage is still less than the sun’s intensity through the glass. CAUTION: This device does not emit any perceivable infrared radiation.
Some skins are very sensitive to UV light and others are allergic to UV light. Many common medications can increase your sensitivity to UV light (including sunlight)
Do not use the UV lamp for other purposes except for the test of this uv test chamber. When discarding these tubes, it is forbidden to use them without permission. In order to prevent it, use pliers to remove the contact pins at both ends of the lamp (do not break the lamp tube). UV lamps cannot be used to promote plant growth or other purposes.
Thermal Shock Chamber

Safety Instructions and Precautions for UV Test Chambers

If the user does not follow the below instructions, Then the manufacturer will not be responsible for the consequences. Only when the machine fails during transportation,

Benchtop Environmental Chamber

Installation Notes for UV Weathering Testing Chambers

The UV weathering test chamber simulates the damage caused by the sun’s ultraviolet light, and the weather resistance test is carried out on the material by exposing the tested

Temperature Humidity Chamber

Troubleshooting Guidance for UV Aging Test Chamber

UV aging test chambers, also known as UV weather resistance test chambers, are vital equipment for evaluating the durability and performance of materials when exposed to UV radiation.

UV test chambers are essential tools used to assess the impact of ultraviolet (UV) radiation on materials and products. These chambers replicate accelerated weathering conditions, allowing manufacturers to evaluate the durability and performance of their products under extreme UV exposure. As UV radiation can pose risks to both operators and the equipment itself, it is crucial to follow strict safety instructions and implement necessary precautions. Safety is of utmost importance when working with UV test chambers to protect both operators and the equipment itself.

Following strict safety instructions and implementing necessary precautions ensures a secure testing environment and prolongs the life of the chamber. By emphasizing operator safety, maintaining the integrity of the chamber, and considering environmental factors, users can confidently perform UV exposure testing and evaluate the durability and performance of their products with precision and care.

1 Safety Instructions and Precautions for UV Test Chambers Remove one sample holder. The distance between the hand and the lamp is 50mm (the sample is the same): the daily UV exposure should not exceed 1 minute|Caution Notice: Risk of sunburn. Please minimize exposure, please use protective glasses.
2 Safety Instructions and Precautions for UV Test Chambers Remove one sample holder. The distance between the hand and the lamp is 30cm: the daily UV exposure should not exceed 6 minutes. The distance between the face and the lamp is 1m: UV exposure should not exceed 18 minutes per day.
3 Safety Instructions and Precautions for UV Test Chambers All sample holders are removed. The distance between the hand and the lamp is 30cm: the daily UV exposure should not exceed 2 minutes. The distance between the face and the lamp is 1m: UV exposure should not exceed 6 minutes per day.
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