A Study of Fading Property Indoors Without Glass Frame from an Ozone Accelerated Test
Abstract:We studied the fading behavior of bare, ink-jet printed samples hung indoors, from the point of view of gasfastness (ozone-fastness). Bare samples were hung in a home environment for 1 year. The samples showed an average fading tendency similar to that of a 15-ppm·h ozone accelerated test at 24°C 60% RH. Taking into account wide divergences in home environment and climate, we set 40 ppm·h as the one-year equivalent level of fading, and we studied the influence of temperature, relative humidity and ozone concentration on the ozone accelerated test.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2003-01-01
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