Q-Lab Webinar: How to Understand Accelerated Weathering Test Correctly
In this webinar, discover how to understand accelerated weathering test correctly with these new features!
21 October 2020, Wednesday
10:00 -11:00 am (Singapore, Philippines GMT +8)
09:00- 10:00 am (Indonesia GMT +7)
*Limited seats available! Seats will be given on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Q-Lab Corporation is a global provider of material durability testing products since 1956. We design and manufacture standard test substrates as well as weathering, light stability, and corrosion testers. In addition, contract test services which include accelerated laboratory testing are available at Q-Lab Florida, Q-Lab Arizona, Q-Lab Deutschland, and Q-Lab China. Outdoor exposure testing for weathering, lightfastness and corrosion are available at Q-Lab Florida and Q-Lab Arizona.
Our weathering products and services are used by material scientists and technicians in numerous industries including additives and colourants, adhesives and sealants, automotive, building materials (such as roofing and siding), fabrics/textiles, food and beverages, graphic arts/inks, paints and coatings, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, plastics and packaging, and renewable energy (such as solar).
What Will You Discover?
All polymers are subject to environmental conditions that cause deterioration. Different rate and types of deterioration depend on the type of polymer and its exposure to various elements such as light, heat and moisture, which are the primary variables toward material degradation.
This webinar will examine how these variables interact with polymers naturally and how this interaction may be simulated in a laboratory and used to predict material life expectancy through accelerated test programs. This webinar focuses on various light sources and their spectral power distribution and how they can be used to identify an appropriate simulation of natural weathering.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar is designed for Business Owners, Managing Director, Technical/Lab Manager, Academic professors and lecturers, Product engineer, individuals/consumers with interest in weathering test.