Cloud Point: in petroleum products and biodiesel fuels, the temperature of a liquid specimen when the smallest observable cluster of hydrocarbon crystals first occurs upon cooling under prescribed conditions.
Pour Point: in petroleum products, the lowest temperature at which movement of the test specimen is observed under the prescribed conditions of the test.
Cold Filter Plugging Point: the lowest temperature at which a fuel will give trouble-free flow in certain fuel systems.
Freeze Point: the aviation fuel temperature at which solid hydrocarbon crystals, formed on cooling, disappear when the temperature of the fuel is allowed to rise under specified conditions of test.
Wax appearance: The temperature at which the first wax crystals form as the product is cooled.
Compact, portable analyzer delivers fast results (30°C in less than 30 minutes, and quick pour point correlation with no flow).
Freeze point analyzer combines a patented built-in cooling system and a unique, patented detection cell into an ultra-compact design.
Pour and cloud point testing of any petroleum products, down to -95°C (-139°F)
Measure freeze point, viscosity and density in jet fuel with Phases's JFA-70Xi in less than 15 minutes
Four diesel fuel tests in one single unit, in less than 25 minutes
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