Weathering testing requires time and resources. Therefore, it has to be ensured up front that the right test is selected, the most appropriate technology is used, and the test is executed correctly.
When setting up a laboratory instrument and preparing samples for a weathering test, many costly mistakes may be made. Knowing the details of the most common weathering standards and implementing best practices can help to avoid those. In order to run a laboratory in an efficient and economic way, maximum use of lab capacity must be achieved and downtime avoided.
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