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Peak Temperature under Sunburn

Peak Temperature under Sunburn

Peak Temperature under Sunburn

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WE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW HIGH TEMPERATURE CAN GO ON A BLACK-PAINTED SURFACE IN A BIG OPEN AREA UNDER SUNBURN? CAN IT BE HIGHER THAN 175F?

THANKS

RE: Peak Temperature under Sunburn

Hello,
 This may not be your answer,but I know that design temperature for a plastic part in a car room,is 90 deg. C .
this is for a black plastic part during hot summer when all windiws are closed.i hope this answer help you.

RE: Peak Temperature under Sunburn

In analyzing failures of fire-retardant treated plywood roofs, it was found that roof surfaces under dark shingles in open sun in the southern part of the US reached 150-160 deg F.
FRT wood is tested at that temp to establish strength degradation factors.

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