DIN EN ISO NSS / AASS / CASS (which replaced DIN SS / ESS Salt spray testing by analogy to DIN EN ISO with modified parameters. UDC DEUTSCHE NORM. June Salt spray testing. DIN. 50 . ing a test temperature of (35 + 2)°C for the SS and ASS tests, and of (50+ . thermal loadability 80°C–°C. Corrosion resistance to h against backing metal corrosion. (red rust) in the salt spray test in accordance with DIN SS .
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Are they both the same standards of different countries and can the same test equipment be used for both of them or shall I need a separate tester individually for each?
Can you advise me of a suitable company that offers these? The companies that sell salt fog equipment should be able to tell you if their equipment complies with the German spec; I know that it complies with ASTM B I have not seen DIN recently, but in the past there was no difference between the two tests.
The equipment manufacturers should provide you with a statement indicating to which specifications their equipment complies. In Ds the salt water is held to PH 6.
diin B holds PH to range 6. The concentration of salt in solution is approximately equivalent. These two work out to approximately equal. Also, both chamber temperatures are called to be 35C. So the tests are quite similar with the exception of the EES variant.
Salt spray tests in accordance with DIN EN ISO NSS / AASS / CASS | IGOS, Solingen
This info comes from pooled info from searching the internet. The info above is accurate but may not be totally inclusive, that is, I may have missed something.
Anything I did miss was not easily findable on the internet. You should be able to purchase the two similar specs and run the test to either standard because you will control the chamber temperature etc.
Salt Spray Fog Testing Equipment for ASTM B and DIN 50
You can even run it to the EES variant. It’s not possible to diagnose a finishing problem or the hazards of an operation via these pages.
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