Equilam North America is proud to state that Honda Accessory America, Marysville, Ohio has a announced its intent to procure its corrosion equipment for the new Corrosion […read more] These before/after photos represent homologation accreditation for NSS (neutral Salt Spray) per ISO 9227 […read more] Equilam manufactures walk-in type chambers Out of fiberglass meeting […read…Details
Corrosion testing on a larger scale that requires compliance to ASTM B117 and ISO 9227 should not mean changing the materials required to adhere to these standards. Equilam manufacturers walk-in type chambers out of fiberglass meeting the “inert material” guideline mandated within the standards where not adding to the corrosiveness of the fog…Details
Advanced weathering testing constitutes the testing of product exposed to the outside elements where pollution, corrosive atmospheres (ocean salt, acid rain) high humidity, UV exposure…etc. results in cosmetic damage eventually leading to functional damage of a product or material. The ultimate goal for the end user is to test its products so as to not…Details
After months of hard work, Equilam North America finally has “patent pending” status on two separate patent application filings. Our “Utility” patent involves saving energy during the testing phase and our “Design” patent shows a whole new look to our product line.
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Equilam North America, located in sunny central Florida, is expanding and currently needs to fill the position for Customer Technical Support based in our Brooksville, FL facility. This position requires mechanical/electrical systems knowledge of complex turnkey systems and network integration, knowledge of corrosion testing and their complimenting standards would be a definite plus. This dual…Details
These before/after photos represent homologation accreditation for NSS (neutral salt spray) per ISO 9227. Samples were exposed to NSS conditions for 48 hours, then washed in DI water. Chemical cleaning and weighing followed to determine total mass loss. ISO 9227, section 5.2.4 stipulates weight loss characteristics of 70g ± 20g/m2 when exposed to NSS conditions…Details