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OXIDATION STABILITY OF INSULATING AND STEAM TURBINE OILS BY ROTATING BOMB  ASTM D2112, ASTM D2272, ASTM D4742, IP 229
OXIDATION STABILITY OF INSULATING AND STEAM TURBINE OILS BY ROTATING BOMB

ASTM D2112, ASTM D2272, ASTM D4742, IP 229

DEFINITION

Evaluates the oxidation stability of new and in-service engine, turbine and insulating oils in the presence of water and a copper catalyst.

The Rotating Bomb Oxidation Tester Bath (RBOT) is a 72 liters, temperature controlled, floor standing oil bath.

Temperatures are maintained up to 160C, in 0.1C steps by an integral digital temperature controller and read-out.

The high current heater reduces the warm-up time to operating temperature.

A motor driven carriage supports 2 oxidation vessels at an angle of 30 and rotates them at 100 rev/min.

The bath is fitted with a hinged safety guard and motor cut-out to protect the operator from the rotating oxidation vessels.

Storage space, an accessory tray and the bath drain tap are accessible below the control panel.

ACCESSORIES

  • Two oxidation vessels
  • One spanner
  • Two test glasses
  • Two covers
  • Thermometer ASTM 96C (+120...+150:0.1C)
  • Catalyst material
  • Silicone Carbide emery paper of 100 grit.
  • For connection to 230 V, 50/60 Hz For connection to 230 V, 50/60 Hz