K80100 Dual Corrosion Test Apparatus

Test Method
Provides a laboratory screening procedure for evaluating the corrosion preventing capabilities of engine coolants under heat transfer conditions that may be encountered in aluminum cylinder head engines. Corrosion preventing effectiveness is determined by the change in weight of an aluminum alloy test specimen after an extended period at elevated temperature in the presence of a coolant sample.

Features and Benefits

• Conforms to ASTM D4340 test specifications

• Operating range to 210°C

K80100 Dual Corrosion Test Apparatus
Consists of two heat-transfer corrosion cells with temperature and pressure controls for evaluating engine coolant samples in accordance with ASTM D4340. Maintains aluminum alloy specimens at constant temperature in the presence of 500mL samples. Each corrosion cell includes borosilicate glass test cell, heat transfer bar, aluminum test specimen with thermocouple port, Type J thermocouple, 950W band heater, pressure gauge, pressure relief valve, stainless steel end plates with support rods, fill plug and O-rings, and acrylic safety shields. Digital temperature controllers maintain specimens at temperatures of up to 210 ± 1°C throughout the test period. Test cells are mounted on a finished steel base. Controls are housed in a separate finished steel cabinet.

Specifications
Conforms to the specifications of: ASTM D4340

Test Capacity: 2 coolant samples

Maximum Temperature: 210°C ± 1°C

Electrical Requirements
115V 50/60Hz, 17A
220-240V 50/60Hz, 8.5A

Dimensions lxwxh,in.(cm)
Test Unit: 43x27x44 (109x62x112)
Control Cabinet: 10x14x12 (25x36x30)
Net Weight: 190 lbs (86.2kg)

Shipping Information
Shipping Weight: 327 lbs (148.3kg)
Dimensions: 46.7 Cu. ft.

Ordering Information
Catalog
Number
Product Description
Electrical Requirements
K80100 Dual Corrosion Test Apparatus
115V 50/60Hz
K80190
Dual Corrosion Test Apparatus
220-240V 50/60Hz

Accessories
Catalog
Number
Product Description
K80101 Test Cell, borosilicate glass
K80102 Aluminum Test Specimen

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