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The centrifuges are commonly used to measure: water and sediment in crude oil, fuel oil and middle distillate fuel; the precipitation number of lubricating oils and insolubles in used lubricating oils.
It is ideal for laboratory settings or refineries using mL capacity tube configurations. It is usually installed on benchtops for testing crude oil or refined petroleum products. The fully insulated centrifuge prevents heat loss and allows for more accurate temperature control. Its sturdy outer case is finished with a solvent-resistant powder coating. It is optimal for laboratory settings or refineries using mL capacity tube configurations. It is preferably installed on benchtops and used to test crude oil or refined petroleum products.
Melton Centrifuge The Melton oil centrifuge sets the oil testing industry standard. The unit includes four integrated heated cups for crude oil samples, which provide maximum heat transfer. It features robust, durable construction steel case that protects the interior in harsh, corrosive environments such as offshore platforms. The consistent motor speed reduces process variation. The built-in tachometer provides an accurate, direct, mechanical RPM reading.
This unit is designed for hard-wiring. The unit is designed to provide precise heating of solvents and samples prior to use in an oil centrifuge or other equipment. The dimensions of the units have been carefully determined so that the unit will fit comfortably in the fume hood of a laboratory.
It has a resistive heating element with RTD temperature feedback to a temperature controller. The resistive heating element is controlled by a solid-state relay. The Criterion series uses water to transfer heat. Due to these certifications, the unit requires hard-wiring. The unit is designed to provide precise heating of solvents and crude oil samples prior to use in a centrifuge or other equipment. The TradeMark series uses aluminum to transfer heat to glass centrifuge tubes.
This allows versatility for use in multiple applications. It features an insulated body to minimize heat loss and heat up the unit more efficiently. The dry bath helps prevent corrosion. The integrated countdown timer, which shuts down the motor when a test is complete, reduces variation in testing.
The internal programmable, solid-state motor controller enables linear acceleration, which results in more consistent testing. Specially designed collars, cushions and shields help reduce glass tube breakage at higher G-forces.
The Benchmark C features a latching emergency stop button and automatic locking lid motor will not operate when lid is open; lid will not open while motor is running. Because of its Class I, Division 2 certification, the unit requires hard-wiring. Applicable Testing Standards:.