Heat Aging

Heat Aging, Oven Aging exposure is performed in calibrated ovens on engineering polymers that may experience elevated temperature exposure in applications ranging from automotive to industrial.

Scope:
Oven aging is often used to accelerate the aging process. It is also a way of simulating conditions the specimen may be exposed to in the product lifetime. Standard testing can be performed on the aged samples and comparison can be made to non-aged samples.


Test Procedure:
The samples are placed in an aging oven. The temperature and duration are specified by the customer. The specimens are removed and tested after oven aging is complete.


Specimen size:
Sample size is dependent on the tests to be performed after the aging process. 

**Please note that this test description is intentionally generic in nature and aimed at providing a descriptive summary to enhance test understanding. Standards can be obtained from appropriate standard authorities.

 

 
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