Corrosion of metals and alloys - Alternate immersion test in salt solution (ISO 11130:1999)

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Korrosion von Metallen und Legierungen - Wechseltauchprüfung in Salzlösung (ISO 11130:1999)

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Corrosion des métaux et alliages - Essai en immersions alternées en solution saline (ISO 11130:1999)

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Corrosion of metals and alloys - Alternate immersion test in salt solution (ISO
Korrosion von Metallen und Legierungen - Wechseltauchprüfung in Salzlösung (ISO
Corrosion des métaux et alliages - Essai en immersions alternées en solution saline (ISO
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN ISO 11130:1999
77.060 Korozija kovin Corrosion of metals
SIST EN ISO 11130:2000 en
2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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SIST EN ISO 11130:2000
First edition
Corrosion of metals and alloys — Alternate
immersion test in salt solution
Corrosion des métaux et alliages — Essai en immersions alternées
en solution saline
Reference number
ISO 11130:1999(E)

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ISO 11130:1999(E)
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Draft International Standards adopted by the technical committees are circulated to the member bodies for voting.
Publication as an International Standard requires approval by at least 75 % of the member bodies casting a vote.
International Standard ISO 11130 was prepared by Technical committee ISO/TC 156, Corrosion of metals and
Annexes A and B of this International Standard are for information only.
©  ISO 1999
All rights reserved. Unless otherwise specified, no part of this publication may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic
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Corrosion of metals is influenced by factors which may vary significantly with environmental conditions. Therefore,
corrosion resistance determined for metals during alternate immersion testing described in this International
Standard may vary greatly with the test solution selected, the temperature during immersion and the temperature
and humidity during the drying periods of test.
Consequently, the result of an alternate immersion corrosion test should not be taken as indicative of the corrosion
resistance of metal tested in all the different service environments in which the metal may be used.
Nevertheless, results obtained by the method described in this International Standard may indicate the relative
corrosion resistance of different metals under in-service conditions, particularly when the service environment is
similar to the test solution selected. The method may also be used to test metals under an applied tensile stress.

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SIST EN ISO 11130:2000
Corrosion of metals and alloys — Alternate immersion test in salt
1 Scope
The purpose of this International Standard is to define a method of assessing the corrosion resistance of metals by
an alternate immersion test in salt solution, with or without applied stress.
The test is particularly suitable for quality control during the manufacture of metals including aluminium alloys and
ferrous materials, and also for assessment purposes during alloy development.
Depending upon the chemical composition of the test solution, the test may be used to simulate the corrosive
effects of marine splash zones, de-icing fluids and acid salt environments.
The term "metal" as used in this International Standard includes metallic materials with or without corrosion
The alternate immersion test applies to:
 metals and their alloys;
 certain metallic coatings (anodic and cathodic with respect to the substrate);
 certain conversion coatings;
 certain anodic oxide coatings;
 organic coatings on metals.
2 Normative references
The following normative documents contain provisions which, through reference in this text, constitute provisions of
this International Standard. For dated references, subsequent amendments to, or revisions of, any of these
publications do not apply. However, parties to agreements based on this International Standard are encouraged to
investigate the possibility of applying the most recent editions of the normative documents indicated below. For
undated references, the latest edition of the normative document referred to applies. Members of ISO and IEC
maintain registers of currently valid International Standards.
ISO 1462:1973, Metallic coatings — Coatings other than those anodic to the basis metal — Accelerated corrosion
tests — Method for the evaluation of the results.
ISO 4540:1980, Metallic coatings — Coatings cathodic to the substrate — Rating of electroplated test specimens
subjected to corrosion tests.
ISO 7539-1:1987, Corrosion of metals and alloys — Stress corrosion testing — Part 1: General guidance on testing

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ISO 8407:1991, Corrosion of metals and alloys — Removal of corrosion products from corrosion test specimens.
3 Principle
The test consists of immersion of a test specimen, stressed (see ISO 7539-1) or unstressed, in a salt solution,
followed by withdrawal and a period of drying.
The immersion/drying cycle is repeated at a given frequency for a given period. The extent of attack is then
evaluated. For many materials, this provides a more severe corrosion test than simple continuous immersion.
4 Test solution
4.1 General
The test solution shall be prepared using reagent grade chemicals conforming to the prescribed specification.
Otherwise, the solution used should be the one most appropriate to the intended service conditions. Subclause 4.2
gives details of a neutral salt solution that is suitable for simulating the corrosive effect of a marine environment.
Details of three other test solutions suitable for simulating salt-based de-icing liquid, acid salt conditions and ocean
water are given in annex A.
4.2 Preparation
The neutral salt solution is prepared by dissolving a sufficient mass of sodium chloride in distilled or deionized water
to give a concentration of 35 g/l ± 1 g/l. The distilled or de-ionized water used shall have a conductivity not higher
than 2 mS/m at 25 °C ± 2°C.
The maximum allowable impurity content in the sodium chloride solution shall be as follows:
Impurity Maximum permissible Remarks
% (m/m)
Copper 0,001 Determined by atomic
absorption spectrophotometry or
other method of similar accuracy
Nickel 0,001
Sodium iodide 0,1
Calculated for dry salt
Total 0,5
Prior to use, check the pH of the salt solution by means of electrometric measurement at 25 °C ± 2 °C or in routine
checks, with a short-range pH paper which can be read in increments of 0,3 pH units or less. If the pH value
determined is outside the range 6,0 to 7,0 adjustments shall be made by adding to the salt solution, diluted
hydrochloric acid or sodium hydroxide of analytical grade.
The volume of the test solution should be defined by the specification of the product. If no specification is available,
it is recommended that the volume should be not less than 3 l/dm of test specimen area.

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5 Apparatus
5.1 General
The apparatus shall include the following components:
 a suitable system designed for the automatic, continuous performance of complete cycles of alternate
immersion and withdrawal of the test specimens. This system shall provide uninterrupted operation throughout
the duration of the test (see 6.1). Each test specimen shall be connected to the system using suitable insulating
 one or more glass or plastic containers for the reagent. In the immersed position, only one kind of metal, alloy
or coating shall be immersed in each container. Replicate specimens can share the same container.
NOTE 1 The system should be designed such that the time taken for full immersion or withdrawal of each specimen is no
more than 2 min.
NOTE 2 Suitable apparatus for conducting alternate immersion tests is illustrated schematically in annex B.
5.2 Materials of construction
5.2.1  Materials of construction that come into contact with the test solution shall be such that they are not affected
by the corrodent to the extent that they can cause contamination of the solution and change its corrosivity.
5.2.2  Use of inert plastics or glass is recommended where feasible.
5.2.3  Metallic materials of construction shall be selected from alloys that are corrosion resistant to the test
environment or shall be protected with a suitable corrosion resistant coating that also satisfies the conditions given
in 5.2.1.
5.3 Test specimen holders
5.3.1  Test specimen holders shall be designed to electrically insulate the test specimens from each other and from
any other bare metal. When this is not possible, as in the case of certain stressing bolts or jigs, the bare metal in
contact with the specimen should be isolated from the corrodent by suitable insulating materials. If a protective
coating is used, it shall be of a type that will not leach inhibiting or accelerating ions or protective oils over the non-
coated portions of the specimen. In particular, coatings containing chromates shall be avoided.
5.3.2  The shape and form of test specimen supports and holders shall be such that:
 they avoid, as much as possible, any interference of free contact of the test specimen with the salt solution;
 they do not obstruct air flow over the test specimen thereby retarding the drying rate;
 they do not retain a pool of solution in contact with the test specimen after withdrawal from the solution;
 drainage from one test specimen does not directly contact any other test specimen.
5.4 Air circulation
5.4.1  Air circulation is recognized as an important factor because it affects both the rate at which test specimens
dry and the loss of water by evaporation. Optimum conditions for air circulation have not been established, but the
recommendations described in 5.4.2 should be followed.

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5.4.2  It is important to achieve moderate and uniform drying conditions. Mild circulation of air capable of drying
specimens within about 40 min, even when coated with corrosion products and salt deposits, is recommended with
the following precautionary considerations.
 Drying by forced air blasts on the test specimens is not recommended because of difficulty in maintaining
uniform drying of large groups of test specimens.
 Stagnant air conditions should be avoided.
 The air temperature should be 27 °C ± 1 °C unless otherwise specified.
 The relative humidity should be 45 % ± 6 % unless otherwise specified.
6 Procedure
6.1 Test conditions
Generally, the test conditions are prescribed in the agreed specifications. If this is not the case, the exposures
should involve 10 min immersion followed by withdrawal and 50 min drying. The cycle should be repeated
continuously throughout the duration of the test unless prior failure occurs.
The solution temperature should be 25 °C ± 2 °C unless otherwise specified.
Only one kind of metal, alloy or coating shall be immersed in the same container during a particular test.
NOTE Unless otherwise specified, the test duration shall be established on the basis of the susceptibility to corrosion of the
metal in the test solution and the purpose of the test. Test duration in the range 20 d to 90 d is usuall

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