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What are the best cycles to use in cyclic accelerated corrosion testing to achieve the highest correlation with atmospheric exposure in a northern, industrial environment?


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From Rajan Darji of Aakar Paints on June 20, 2020:
There is no correlation between lab test corrosion data with real world exposure performance. The specific lab testing standards and equipment are tools only to determine how one product or formulation is better/ worst than the other.

From Jaime Marcos of Profesional independiente on June 1, 2020:
There is no reliable relationship between laboratory tests and environmental exposure tests, since the exposure conditions are not the same. A laboratory test is worth comparing anticorrosive systems under these conditions, but not their durability in environmental exposure.

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