CONVERSION OF PREVIOUS TEST CLIMATE FOR CURING AGENTS TO NORMAL CLIMATE 20 DEGREES C/65 PERCENT AND 23 DEGREES C/50 PERCENT RELATIVE HUMIDITY

UMSTELLUNG DES BISHERIGEN PRUEFKLIMAS FUER NACHBEHANDLUNGSMITTEL AUF DIE NORMALKLIMATE 20 GRAD C / 65 % UND 23 GRAD C / 50 % RELATIVE LUFTFEUCHTIGKEIT

THE VERY EXPENSIVE TESTING CLIMATE OF 30 DEGREES C/40 PERCENT RELATIVE HUMIDITY IS PRESCRIBED FOR CHECKING THE INHIBITING ACTION OF CURING AGENTS. SO THAT THE INHIBITING ACTION CAN BE ESTABLISHED MORE CHEAPLY, THE TEST SHOULD BE ABLE TO BE UNDERTAKEN IN THE NORMAL CLIMATES OF 20/65 AND 23/50. THE OBJECT OF THIS STUDY IS TO FIND A RELATION BETWEEN THE WATER RELEASE VALUES WHICH RESULT IN THE TEST CLIMATES OF 30 DEGREES C/40 PERCENT RELATIVE HUMIDITY AND 20 DEGREES C/50 PERCENT RELATIVE HUMIDITY RESPECTIVELY, AND TO WORK OUT A TEST PROCEDURE BASED ON THE NORMAL CLIMATES.