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Ozone Test Chamber

Test chambers are constructed by SS-316 High Polished Sheet in standard size of 500x500x500, however chambers up to 2000x2000x2000 are available on request. Outer enclosure is constructed out of Powder Coated MS Cold Rolled Sheet.

Stainless Chamber walls are insulated with high-grade fiber gasket to assure leak proof operation. All the components of the Test Chamber are Ozone resistant and incorporated in one self-contained Unit. A Solid State Data Lodger or computer can be attached to the Test Chamber. For recording different parameter ego Ozone concentration, Temperature and Humidity over a period of time.

  • Automotive Components
  • Textile Bleaching Tests
  • Testing As per DIN-53509/ISO 1431-1/2
  • Static or Dynamic tests
  • Accelerated Aging Studies for Rubber
  • Product Quality Control
  • Research & Development
  • Quality Assurance
  • Automatic changeover of testing steps.
  • Stabilization, Count Down, Test Run & Exhaust
  • Adjustable operational parameters
  • PLC or PID Operation
  • Complete Control and Monitoring
  • Chamber Illumination lamp
  • Closed loop air / Ozone system
  • Computer interface via RS-185
  • Customized Control, Reporting and Monitoring
  • Ozone measurement by :
    • UV Absorption Analyzer (Standard)
    • Semi-Conductor Sensor (Economical)
  • Digital Ozone Output Indicator
  • Chemicals Free operation


An ozone test chamber is a controlled environment used to test materials, products, or equipment for their resistance to ozone exposure. It allows researchers to simulate various ozone concentrations, temperatures, humidity levels, and exposure durations to assess durability.

Ozone can cause degradation, cracking, discoloration, or other forms of damage to materials over time. Ozone testing helps industries understand how materials will perform when exposed to ozone, enabling them to develop more durable products and ensure quality control.

Industries such as automotive, aerospace, electronics, textiles, and rubber manufacturing utilize ozone test chambers to evaluate the durability of materials used in their products.

Ozone concentration, temperature, humidity, exposure duration, and airflow are some of the key factors that can be controlled in an ozone test chamber to simulate different environmental conditions.

Samples are typically prepared according to specific standards or protocols established by industry organizations or regulatory agencies. This may involve cutting samples to size, conditioning them to specific environmental conditions, and mounting or securing them in the test chamber.

There are various testing standards and protocols established by organizations such as ASTM International, International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and others. These standards outline procedures for ozone testing, including exposure conditions, sample preparation, and performance evaluation criteria.

Common test methods include static or dynamic exposure to ozone, where samples are either exposed to a constant ozone concentration or subjected to cyclic ozone exposure and recovery periods to simulate real-world conditions.

Data on factors such as material appearance, physical properties, and performance characteristics are collected before, during, and after exposure to assess the effects of ozone exposure. Analytical techniques such as visual inspection, measurements, and testing may be employed to evaluate sample performance.

Ozone testing helps identify materials that are resistant to ozone degradation, leading to the development of more durable products, improved quality control, and enhanced reliability in various industries.

Depending on the industry and application, there may be regulations or industry standards that specify ozone testing requirements for certain products or materials. Adherence to these regulations ensures compliance with safety, performance, and environmental standards.

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