Pressure Cooker Test (Autoclave) PREMIUM

Novel materials undergo rigorous autoclave testing to assess their resilience to physical, chemical, and environmental challenges. This method involves exposing materials to controlled combinations of liquid, temperature, pressure, and atmospheric conditions to simulate real-world scenarios. Autoclave testing is effective for rapidly evaluating resistance to corrosion, coating degradation, environmental reactions, and establishing application limits. Adjustable parameters, including water vapor resistance and chemical resilience, provide insights into a material's performance under diverse stressors.

Testing according to Standards:
• ASTM G31-21
• G11-19, G46-2013
• G48-2015
• G170-2012
• NACE Standard TM0185-2006 (No. 21217)
• ISO 6872:2015

Volume (mL): 4000
Pressure (bars): 150
Working Temperature (°C): 200
Inner Dimension (mm): Ø 125, H: 380
Liquid Phase: Water, glycols, alcohols, etc
Gas: Air, Ar, N2, O2

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Type: Service
Available standards (e.g. ASTM, MIL): ASTM G31-21, G11-19, G46-2013, G48-2015, G170-2012, NACE Standard TM0185-2006 (No. 21217), ISO 6872:2015
Specimen length [mm]: 380.0
Specimen width/dia [mm]: 125.0
ISO/IEC 17025
ISO 9001
Keywords: Autoclave testing, Material evaluation, Aging tests, Material durability, Corrosion resistance