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Standard test dusts

Product Features

Our standard test dusts guarantee standard conformity for your tests and product qualifications.
 

Arizona dust (ISO / SAE)

KSL provides four different types of Arizona dust. A comparison of these dusts can be found here.
 

Arizona dust ARIZ-TD

Test dust in the four grades A1, A2, A3 and A4. Composition and particle size distribution correspond to ISO 12103-1.
 

Arizona dust quartz ARIZ-ISO

Test dust from quartz (> 97 % SiO2) in the four grades A1, A2, A3 and A4. The particle size distribution corresponds to ISO 12103-1.
 

Arizona dust quartz-free ARIZ-KSL

Test dust in the three grades A2, A3 and A4. The particle size distribution corresponds to ISO 12103-1. Quartz-free alternative to Arizona dust – no health hazard due to crystalline quartz.
 

Arizona dust SAE J726 fine, coarse

Synthetically produced test dust according to SAE J726 REV. JUN93 Table 4 (preceding standard to ISO 12103-1).
 

DIN test dusts

Talc dust according to DIN EN IEC 60529, VDE 0470

Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP-Code).
 

Test dust according to DIN EN 60068-2-68

For environmental testing, dust and sand according to variant 1 – fine dust, variant 2 – coarse dust, variant 3 – sand.
 

Test dust according to DIN 40050-9

Made of mineral components and flue ash, Road vehicles; IP-protection class, protection against contaminants, water and contact, electric equipment.
 

Sodium chloride (NaCl) according DIN EN ISO 9227

Corrosion tests in artificial atmospheres – Salt spray tests.
 

MIL test-dusts

Blowing Dust

Test dust according to MIL-STD 810
 

Blowing Sand

Test dust according to MIL-STD 810
 

Settling Dust

Test dust according to MIL-STD 810
 

Red China Clay

Synthetical test dust according to MIL-STD 810
 

ECE test dusts

Test dust according to ECE R 16

Dried quartz powder with defined particle size distribution for testing of seat-belts and restraint systems.
 

Test dusts according to ECE R 45 / R 112 / R 113 / R123 (2.1.1 or 2.1.2), annex 4

Made of various components corresponding to the standards for testing of headlamps:
ECE R 45: Headlamp cleaners
ECE R 112: Asymmetrical headlamps
ECE R 113: Symmetrical headlamps
ECE R 123: Adaptive front-lighting systems
 

Further standardized test dusts

Test dusts according to JIS Z 8901

Synthetically produced powders following the specification to Class 1, Class 2, Class 3, Class 7, Class 8, Class 9 and Class 11.
 

Portland cement according to ASTM C150

Portland cement according to ASTM C150-15 Type I.
 

Test dust "China" according to FLTM BZ 106-01

Synthetically produced test dust in three particle size distributions; fine (= FLTM BZ 106-01), medium and coarse.
 

Test dust according to IEC 60079

Test dust with very low thermal conductivity.
 

Middle East (ME) Test Dust according to VDI 3956

Test dust for simulation of soiling behavior on surfaces of solar energy systems.