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Stability Oxidation and Corrosion Bath

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  • Model: 1990
  • Standards: ASTM D4636 , ASTM D6594

Foe testing of hydraulic oils, aircraft turbine engine lubricants to determine their resistance to oxidation and corrosion degradation and their tendency to corrode various metals. Petroleum may be evaluated using moist or dry air with or without metal test specimens.

This test method covers testing diesel engine lubricants to determine their tendency to corrode various metals, specifically alloys of lead and copper commonly used in can followers and bearings

Aluminum block with six holes for six pipes of test for temperatures up to 400°C; digital thermoregulator PID with overtemperature alarm, digital display with six termocoppies for the cells with selector for the reading, six flowmeters for air 10 l/hs with relative valves of regulation, support for assemblage glassworks.

Supply: 220 Vac ±10%, 50 Hz
Power: 5400W
Precision: 0.5°C
Dimensions: 86x32x119 cm
Weight: Kg.54
Temperature: 0 to 400°C
Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C
Ambient relative humidity: lower than 90% rH not condensing