|K39200 Water Separability Tester & Data Acquisition Software|
The ability of a lubricating oil to separate from water and resist emulsification is an important performance characteristic for applications involving water contamination and turbulence. Water separability is determined by stirring equal volumes of water and sample together at a controlled temperature to form an emulsion and observing the time required for separation of the emulsion to occur. This method is suitable for petroleum oils and synthetic fluids.
Features and Benefits
Tests emulsion characteristics of lubricating oils
Seven sample capacity
Movable digital stirrer with microprocessor control incorporates advanced features for flexibility and ease of operation
Clear, illuminated heating bath provides excellent visibility
Microprocessor temperature control with digital display and built in protection against over-temperature and low liquid level hazards
Conforms to ASTM, ISO and related standards for water separability testing
Optional sensor for direct measurement of sample temperature
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|K39200 Water Separability Tester|
|Seven sample Water Separability Tester provides full visibility and microprocessor control of all functions for simplified, accurate testing of up to seven samples at a time. Use for specification of new oils and monitoring of in-service petroleum oils and synthetic fluids.
Seven position heating bath A full visibility bath immerses seven 100mL cylinders at the proper depth per ASTM and ISO specifications. Sample cylinders are held securely in place by stainless steel supports inside the bath. A microprocessor based immersion circulator/heater assembly controls bath fluid temperature with greater than ±1°C accuracy and stability throughout the operating range of 25°C to 150°C. Large LED readouts display setpoint and actual temperatures in celsius or fahrenheit scale at the operators option. For most samples, ASTM/ISO sample temperatures of 54°C and 82°C are attained within 10 minutes after placement of the test cylinders into the stabilized bath. Clear Pyrex bath has backlighting for excellent visibility when viewing emulsion separations in the test cylinders. Cut-off circuits for low water level and over-temperature conditions provide protection in the event of equipment malfunction. Finished aluminum cover assembly has built-in handles for removal when filling or cleaning the bath.
Microprocessor sample stirrer To avoid sample movement, the sample stirrer housing pivots to each test position in the bath and locks securely in place at the required position in relation to the 100mL sample cylinder. The digital stirrer offers complete flexibility for test duration and stirring speed at the push of a button. Operating speed and count down time are prominently displayed on a large backlit LCD panel. A wide operating range of 60 - 1800 rpm permits in-house customized testing with ±1rpm accuracy, and the operator may select a stirring time of up to 99.99 minutes. At the end of the selected interval, the stirrer automatically shuts off and alerts the operator with visual signals that the settling period has commenced. For added convenience, all test parameters are stored in memory and repeated in subsequent tests until they are changed by the operator.
Conforms to the specifications of: ASTM D1401, D6074, D6158; ISO 6614; DIN 51599; FTM 791-3201
Stirrer Range: 60-1800rpm
Drive: 1/10hp (75W), high torque
Bath Temperature Range: 25°C to 150°C
Control Stability: ±0.05°C
Capacity: seven (7) 100mL graduated cylinders
Construction: Pyrex glass jar 12x12 in. (30.5x30.5cm)
Medium: Water or white technical oil
Medium Capacity: 21.9L (5.8 gal)
115V 50/60Hz, 12A
220-240V 50/60Hz, 6A
Seven 100mL Cylinders
Net Weight: 55 lbs (24.9kg)
Shipping Weight: 85 lbs (38.5kg)
Dimensions: 8.4 Cu. ft.
|K39200-SFW Water Separability Software|
|Water Separability Characteristics "test intelligent" software simplifies the testing process by providing sequential test prompts for assisting the operator with each step of the test procedure, and provides timing for the separation of the test sample and water. The timing results are then automatically computed to provide the test results in ASTM notation for water separability. The sophisticated Windows®-based software package features an easy-to-navigate operation, a straightforward user interface, minimal draw on Windows® memory resources, and an additional timer / stopwatch feature for general laboratory use. The active zoom, pan, and trace feature allows the ability to change axes and the magnification of any graph sector to view data in greater detail. The final test data is exported with graphs and test parameters (user name, sample name, sample ID, test type) either directly to Microsoft® Excel, in ASCII file format for use with LIMS or any other spreadsheet programs, or directly to a printer with a test report according to ISO guidelines. Test data is saved in a database format for determining test averages, standard deviations, and ASTM test repeatability. The software package requires no PC hardware installation and includes the software installation CD.
PC Processor: Intel® Pentium II or similar (minimum)
Processor Speed: 500 MHz or higher
Operating System: Windows ® 98 SE, 2000, NT, ME, XP
Memory (RAM): 64 Mb RAM (128 Mb RAM recommended)
Hard Disk Space: 15 Mb free space (minimum)
Other Software: Microsoft ® Excel (97 or above)
|When inquiring about NIST traceable certified thermometers, please refer to the catalog number for the corresponding thermometer and replace the middle three zeros in the catalog number with 004. Example: 251-000-01C ASTM 1C Thermometer would be 251-004-01C ASTM 1C Certified Thermometer.|