Navy Work Factor Machine
Determines the stability of a lubricating oil when subjected to an endurance test in a journal bearing operated under prescribed conditions. After a 100 hour test period, the ‘work factor’ is computed from measured changes in viscosity, neutralization number and carbon residue.
- Conforms to FTM 791-3451 specifications
Complete apparatus for the ‘Navy Work Factor’ stability test for lubricating oils. Consists of bearing and journal, bearing loading device with calibrated springs, 5hp drive system with variable speed control, oil circulation system, and full instrumentation. Operates the journal bearing at 2000 or 3000rpm under a specified load. Oil system pressure is maintained at a constant 15 psig (103 gauge kPa) throughout the test. Includes digital displays of oil pressure and temperature and a built-in strip chart recorder for hard copy test reports.
Conforms to the specifications of: FTM 791-3451.4
220-240V, 3 Phase, 50/60Hz, 20A
lxwxh,in.(cm): 50x40x60 (127x102x152)
Net Weight: 1378 lbs (625.1kg)