Light stability testers. (Literature: instruments).The Q-Sun xenon xenon (zē`nŏn) [Gr.,=strange], gaseous chemical element; symbol Xe; at. no. 54; at. wt. 131.29; m.p. −111.9°C;; b.p. −107.1°C;; density 5.86 grams per liter at STP; valence usually 0. test chamber, featured in company literature, provides xenon arc lamps that are full-spectrum (UV, visible light, infrared) to realistically reproduce sunlight and bright indoor lighting. Water spray and humidity control Humidity control
Regulation of the degree of saturation (relative humidity) or quantity (absolute humidity) of water vapor in a mixture of air and water vapor. Humidity is commonly mistaken as a quality of air. options are also available. The Q-Sun is offered in several different models. All models are equipped with full-spectrum xenon are lamps, the patented Solar Eye irradiance ir·ra·di·ant
Sending forth radiant light.
[Latin irradi control system to maximize and measure lamp life, a choice of irradiance set points (340 nm or 420 nm), a choice of filters for daylight or window-glass spectra, chamber air temperature control and black panel temperature control, the patented AutoCal system that allows quick and easy calibration, and a large specimen capacity to accommodate 3D parts, according to according to
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3. the literature. (Q-Panel Lab Products, 800 Canterbury Rd., Cleveland, OH 44145)
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