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IEC 60068-2-11

Environmental testing – Part 2-11: Tests – Test Ka: Salt mist

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 March 2021
Status: active
Page Count: 38
ICS Code (Environmental testing): 19.040
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This part of IEC 60068 specifies a test method for assessing the corrosion resistance of electrotechnical products components, equipment and materials in a salt mist environment. Its objective is to verify that the comparative quality of a metallic material, with or without corrosion protection, is maintained when exposed to salt mist.

This test method is useful for evaluating the quality and the uniformity of coatings applied to protect metals against corrosion. It is particularly useful for detecting discontinuities, such as pores and other defects, in certain metallic, organic, anodic oxide and conversion coatings.

Document History

IEC 60068-2-11
March 1, 2021
Environmental testing – Part 2-11: Tests – Test Ka: Salt mist
This part of IEC 60068 specifies a test method for assessing the corrosion resistance of electrotechnical products components, equipment and materials in a salt mist environment. Its objective is to...
December 1, 1999
Basic environmental testing procedures
This test is to be applied to compare the resistance to deterioration from salt mist of specimens of similar construction. It is useful for evaluating the quality and the uniformity of protective...
January 1, 1981
Basic Environmental Testing Procedures Part 2: Tests- Test Ka: Salt Mist
This test is to be applied to compare the resistance to deterioration from salt mist of specimens of similar construction. It is useful for evaluating the quality and the uniformity of protective...

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