QUV & Q-SUN Water Repurification System
Q-Lab offers an advanced water repurification system as an option for QUV and Q-SUN test chamber models with water spray. The system can save over 1,000 liters of expensive, purified water per day in a test cycle that calls for several hours of water spray, and can pay for itself in a matter of months.
Unlike competing systems that simply recirculate dirty water, Q-Lab's repurification system repurifies water in addition to conserving it. Major components include: a water reservoir, a pump, a flow adjustment valve, a repurification cartridge and a Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) purity monitor.
Space Saver Frame
QUV space saver frames from Q-Lab help preserve space in crowded labs with multiple QUV test chambers. By allowing QUV testers to be stacked two-high, the frames efficiently make use of the same floor space in the lab.
The QUV tester is designed with doors that swing up and out of the way for easy access to the chamber. QUV space saver frames maintain the benefits of this feature by allowing sufficient clearance between the upper and lower units. Frames are available in two different models for compatibility with all new and existing QUV testers.
QCT testers may also be used with space saver frames.
Q-Lab offers a multitude of options for specimen mounting in the QUV, Q-SUN, and Q-FOG testers.
Many materials, including coatings, plastics, textiles, and films, are often tested as thin flat panels, which are easily accommodated by using standard, flat specimen holders. Three-dimensional or odd-shaped specimens can often be mounted using specialty holders. We also offer custom specimen holders for unique needs.
Browse through our gallery of pictures which give examples of a variety of different specimen holders and mounting techniques.
Special care should always be taken to ensure that specimens are mounted per Q-Lab’s mounting guidelines, since mounting can affect test results.