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Atlas Material Testing Technology, the global leader in weathering technology and services, will exhibit at the Control International Trade Fair, May 8 – 11, 2012 in Stuttgart, Germany (Hall 1, Booth 1302, joint booth of Atlas’ parent company AMETEK). For exhibitors and visitors from all over the world, the 26th Control will feature technologies, products and solutions that help companies meet their QA requirements.
Atlas will exhibit the following test chambers:
SUNTEST® XLS+ – With 1100cm2 of exposure area, the SUNTEST XLS+ is the perfect instrument for labs with limited available space or lower capacity testing needs. The XLS+ has an exposure area that fits both flat and 3D samples and features a multilingual touch screen for ease of use when programming. An array of optional accessories are available such as SunSpray, SunFlood and SunCool units, allowing users to meet specific testing needs.
Xenotest® Alpha+ – When performing lightfastness and weatherability testing, the Xenotest Alpha+ provides reproducible and repeatable test results using an air-cooled xenon arc light source allowing users to perform high irradiance tests up to 3-sun. The Alpha+ is appropriate for a variety of industries as it meets common ASTM, SAE, ISO, AATCC and many other standards.
UVTest – Innovative design features of the UVTest improve test reproducibility and lower operating costs while testing various materials for their reaction to UV, temperature and moisture. Features include a fully functional touch screen supporting an extensive list of languages, calibration safety ports, improved specimen mounting rings, stackability and pre-programmed tests for error-free operation.