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What is CASS testing?
The Copper Accelerated Acetic Acid Salt Spray (CASS) test, often referred to as the Salt Fogging Test, is used to simulate and evaluate the corrosive performance of decorative copper/nickel/chromium or nickel/chromium coatings on steel, zinc or aluminium alloys and plastics designed for severe service.
The test used to determine the resistance to corrosion of aluminum alloys. The test also is used to determine the corrosion resistance of chromium plating found on steel and zinc die casings. It was initially used to test decorative coating originating from nickel, copper or chromium that was electrodeposited onto the metal's surface.
The test has allowed organizations to produce new and superior electroplating processes.The use of the test includes areas such as research and development(R & D), manufacturing control processes, specification acceptance and simulated service evaluations.
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