Metallic coatings — Corrosion test method for decorative chrome plating under a de-icing salt environment
This document specifies the apparatus, reagents, and procedure to assess the corrosion resistance of chromium electroplated parts in the presence of de-icing salts (especially calcium chloride) in the laboratory.
This method is primarily applicable to decorative parts plated with chromium, especially to exterior (automobile) parts electroplated with nickel-chromium or copper-nickel-chromium.
This document simulates a special corrosion in the presence of hygroscopic and corrosive de-icing salt and conductive mud with a high salt concentration on chromium electroplated deposits during winter.
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