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Ozone Aging Chamber


Application Standards

ASTM 1171, ASTM 1149, ISO 1431, DIN 53509, JIS K 6259, GB/T 7762-2003, GB/T 13642


The ozone chamber is primarily utilized for testing the resistance of rubber and plastics to ozone-induced aging, necessitating precise and stable test conditions. Atmospheric ozone, although present in low concentrations, is a significant factor contributing to rubber cracking. By simulating and intensifying ozone conditions, the ozone chamber enables the study of ozone’s effects on rubber. This allows for the rapid identification and evaluation of rubber’s anti-ozone aging performance and the protective efficacy of anti-ozone agents. Consequently, effective anti-aging measures can be implemented to enhance the longevity of rubber products.


Ozone aging test chambers are widely used across various industries to assess the impact of ozone exposure on materials and products. In the automotive industry, they test the durability of components like rubber seals, hoses, and tires. The aerospace sector uses them to ensure the long-term reliability of aircraft and spacecraft materials, such as insulation and wiring. In electronics, these chambers evaluate the effects on components like circuit boards and cables. They also test the durability of packaging materials in the packaging industry and assess the safety and longevity of medical devices and equipment in the medical field.

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