Powerway passes 3,000-hour salt spray test

Powerway set up the industrial standard by passing the 3000-hour salt spray test. The successful test results of the 3,000-hour salt-spray test give our customers yet another layer of confidence in Powerway systems.

Metal corrodes easily when exposed to the natural environment. To verify the safety and corrosion resistance of Powerway mounting systems in the environment, some of the company's products were sent to a professional testing laboratory to have a 3,000-hour salt-spray test. The products passed, and the Powerway results set up the industrial standard.


The salt-spray test is a standardized test method used to the check corrosion resistance of coated samples. Coatings can provide high corrosion resistance over the intended life of a part, so it is necessary to check that resistance by other means. A salt-spray test is an accelerated corrosion test that mounts a corrosive attack on the coated samples, in order to predict its suitability in use as a protective finish. The appearance of corrosion products (oxides) is evaluated after a period of time.

The successful test results of the 3,000-hour salt-spray test give our customers yet another layer of confidence in Powerway systems.

About Powerway:
Powerway is China's leading PV mounting system designer and manufacturer with in house extrusion facilities, fabrication workshop, engineering team, testing lab, etc, offering one stop solution to customer worldwide. Now they have been working with many EPC players for the MW projects located in USA, Italy, India, China, etc.

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