Weather-Ometer

A device utilized to evaluate a paper or ink's ability to retain its properties when exposed to inclement weather, basically consisting of a Fade-Ometer's lightfastness-measuring equipment supplemented with a water jet that intermittently sprays the test sample with water, to simulate the effects of weather. (See also Fade-Ometer.)

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