Secondary weather factors contribute to environmental ageing of products and materials.


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Solar radiation, temperature, and water are primarily responsible for the weathering of most organic materials. However, other factors can also have a significant influence.

Salt corrosion, acid rain, algae and fungi, bird droppings, sweat, industrial pollutants, volcanic ashes, wind and sand abrasion are examples for secondary weather factors that contribute to the degradation and ageing of your products.

In this Technical Guide you learn about:

  • Salt corrosion
  • Large and small scale atmospheric events
  • Biological stresses
  • Pollutants and chemical stresses