The safety of our users is one of our shared priorities, which is why we provide them with a system allowing them to work in complete safety.
We conduct testing for this purpose, aimed at improving the quality of our products:
We carry out an initial functional test to ensure that the DITYBOX is operational when pressurised and ensure safety guarantees, by bleeding the air pressure under normal conditions of use.
NB: All our DITYBOX products are tested individually at 12 bar on a test bench in our workshops.
RESULT : NO DANGER !
It is not possible to generate a pressure surge in the DITYBOX: an air leak between 11.6 and 13 bar ensures that there is a safety zone under operating conditions. When the pressure has stabilised around 9 bar, airtightness is restored to the system: a reversible safety function !
We replace the standard plastic nut with a stainless steel nut to remove our safety system and push our system to its limits. This testing is carried out under extreme and completely abnormal conditions.
By pressurising the system and preventing the excess air from escaping, we test our DITYBOX products for their rupture point.
The appearance of a bubble is observed.
The plastic material of the box is warped as it absorbs the rise in pressure. When it eventually ruptures, it is torn vertically: the box remains in a single piece.
DITYBOX can withstand up to 53 bar, or at least 6 times the working pressure.
Following contact with various chemicals, we assess the reactions of the plastic forming the DITYBOX.
Firstly, we assess the resistance of the box to contact with various chemicals. Our results are given below :
Resistant, minor reversible / irreversible or no weight and dimensional modification : Water, Seawater, 100% Ammonia, Benzene, Petrol, Glycerine, Milk, Diesel Fuel, Linseed oil, Olive oil, Silicone oil, Soybean oil, Mineral oil, Petroleum, Carbon sulphide, Carbon tetrachloride, Toluene, etc.
Resistant subject to reservations, significant dimensional modifications after a given time, potential irreversible modification of properties : 10% Acetic acid, Hydrochloric acid, Formic acid, Phosphoric acid, 10% Sulphuric acid, 36% Sulphuric acid, Chlorobenzene, 10% Copper salts, Trichlorethylene 20°C, etc.
Not resistant, may nonetheless be used on some occasions under certain conditions (reduced contact time) : Acetin, 40% Acetic acid, 1% Chromic acid, Methyl chloride, Phenol, Methylethylketone, etc.
Soluble subject to high levels of corrosion within a short time interval : 30% Hydrogen peroxide, Chlorinated lime
Secondly, we observe the visual modifications of the box (such as for example bleaching, warping, or softening) in contact with certain substances, i.e. :
The box is tested for different contact times: Wiping with a cloth, 2 minutes, 1 hour and 70 hours.
The findings are probative given that, visually, no modification of the material was observed in contact with these substances.
Finally, we observe whether dimensional modifications of the test specimens take place (associated with swelling, for example) with the various chemicals cited in the Visual Appearance section above, within time intervals between 1 hour and 70 hours.
Once again, the material shows no dimensional differences in contact with these substances.
DITYSPRAY : THE ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE INDUSTRIAL SOLUTION