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Oxidation Stability Bath

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  • Model: 1980
  • Standards: ASTM D2440 , IP 307(obs) , ISO 7624 , IP 48 , IP 280 , IP 306

For determines the resistance of mineral transformer oils to oxidation under prescribed accelerated aging conditions. Oxidation stability is measured by the propensity of oils to form sludge and acid products during oxidation. This test method is applicable to new oils, both uninhibited and inhibited, but is not well defined for used or reclaimed oils

This method indicates the tendency of a lubricating oil to deteriorate on oxidation under specified conditions

This International Standard specifies a method for the determination of the resistance to oxidation under specified conditions of unused inhibited mineral turbine oils. The method is also applicable to other types of oil, such as hydraulic oil.
This method is designed to give a measure of the tendency of straight (i.e. plain) mineral lubricating oil to oxidise under specified conditions

6-positions oil bath with double bottom. Stainless steel structure with insulation double wall, cover with 6 holes. support for the flowmeters and absorption tubes. Temperature regulation by digital thermoregulator PID with PT100 probe class A and overtemperature alarm, stainless steel heater, motor stirrer, safety internal level for low liquid with warning lamp, drain cock

- Temperature: from ambient to 210°C (410°F)
- Stability: ±0.1°C
- Power supply: 220V 50/60Hz
- Power: 2400W
- Dimensions: 60x57x52 cm
- Weight: 35 kg