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International Standards

IEC 60529 (IP67 Equivalency testing)

IP67 is an Ingress Protection rating developed by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). The IEC developed the IEC 60529 in order to rate and grade the resistance of electric and electronic devices against the intrusion of dust and liquids. IP67 is one of their ratings which determines that the electronic device is dust-tight and is also protected against the effects of temporary immersion in water. To test to IP67 as defined by IEC, the testing would require physically exposing the device to water and dust. However, at Industrial Physics, we do not do this. Instead we have devised an equivalent test which uses air and is a non-destructive method. This is both time-saving and cost-saving for users. To learn more about our IP67 equivalency test, check our booklet here: IP67 Leak Detection Booklet We also have a complete guide to IP ratings, which you can read here: IP Ratings Guide. As well as an Frequently Asked Questions page for IP67 here: IP67 FAQ.

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