In some cases, being “water resistant” or “waterproof” for a product is essential, especially when we talk about various appliances and equipment that are exposed to damage by rain, dust, property, even by people, and all sorts of other conditions.
These features might also be used as one of the key selling points: it mainly works for electronic devices which are more and more required to have these functional features in order to withstand high market competition.
With all these words being thrown around, how do you ensure your product to have such qualifications? How do you properly protect and improve its lifespan? That’s where IP ratings come in.
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