• Corrosion Test for Engine Coolants in Glassware

Corrosion Test for Engine Coolants in Glassware

This test covers a simple beaker-type procedure for evaluating the effects of engine coolants on metal specimens under controlled laboratory conditions.>

In this test, specimens of metals typical of those present in engine cooling systems are totally immersed in aerated engine coolant solutions for 336 h at 88°C (190°F) for high-boiling engine coolant or corrosion inhibitors and 71°C (160°F) for low-boiling engine coolant. The corrosion inhibitive properties of the test solution are evaluated on the basis of the weight changes incurred by the specimen. Each test is run in triplicate and the average weight change is determined for each metal.

Flowmeter Unit, 4-Place or 6-place

  • Support Test Stand
  • Calibrated Flowmeter (4 or 6)
  • Needle Valve
  • Air and Cooling Water Supply System

Utility Heater

  • Dovetail Clamp (2)
  • Support Block

Glassware Set

  • Beaker, 1000mL
  • Condenser
  • Aerator Tube

Metal Test Specimen Set

  • Steel Specimen
  • Copper Specimen
  • Brass Specimen
  • Solder Specimen
  • Cast Aluminum Specimen
  • Cast Iron Specimen
  • Brass Screw and Nut
  • Brass Leg (2)
  • Brass Spacer (2)
  • Steel Spacer (2)
  • Insulating Spacer (5)
  • Conforms to ASTM D1384 and related specifications
  • KD1384-10 Flowmeter Unit, 4-Place
  • KD1384-13 Flowmeter Unit, 6-Place
  • K42090 Utility Heater, 230V 50/60Hz 1000W
  • KD1384-14 Air Pump, 230V 50/60Hz
  • 338-000-001 Clamp Holder
  • 337-000-008 Bunsen Clamp
  • K194E6 Polished Metal Support Rod
  • KD1384-11 Glassware Set
  • KD1384-9 Metal Test Specimen Set
  • 250-000-01C ASTM 1C Thermometer
  • KD1384-12 Bored Rubber Stopper