- Constantly heating the test room’s air
- Continually circulating pre-tempered air in the test room
- Monitoring the air-tightness of the test chamber using a pressure sensor
This test chamber is used to determine the discharge of formaldehyde by materials which emit formaldehyde. An example of this includes products constructed from wood such as furniture that frequently contains resin glue with a formaldehyde base that under certain environmental conditions may enter into the environment and thus present a danger to health. By way of the so-called Fape test, the subsequent formaldehyde emission from construction materials can be detected and its concentration can be determined. Such emissions can be investigated in repeatable test conditions with Fape/+60 test cabinets from weisstechnik®.
The innovative WEBSeason® user interface allows you to program, control and monitor your tests at any time and anywhere – even from your tablet or smartphone