ASTM D1160 Compliant Computer Controlled Boiling Analysis
Apr 07 2016 Read 1311 Times
Iludest (Germany) are renowned chemical engineers who have built a reputation over decades of supplying custom-built semi-automatic and fully-automatic laboratory installations and pilot plants that meet the precise specifications of the petroleum industry. With over 300 installations worldwide, Iludest are unsurpassed at configuring one-off assemblies which cater to individual specifications, e.g. purifying lub oils, essential oils, industrial blended oils, etc.
Aside from providing entire turnkey systems, Iludest have a range of their own tried and tested analytical tools that have been instrumental in their success. One of these is the i-Fischer® DIST D-1160 CC / FISCHER® AUTODEST® 850 AC, a fully computer controlled unit of turn-key design, and ready for use after installation and commissioning. The unit extends the current test method and does not limit your vacuum distillation testing options.
Users can define their own tailored program above and beyond current standards. The system is fully housed and equipped with doors in the front and rear to satisfy safety requirements and to facilitate servicing the unit.
The protocol is printed out and shown on the monitor whilst distillation is being carried out featuring distillation curves in actual boiling temperatures (ACT) and atmospheric equivalent temperatures (AET) as well as essential distillation parameters. The final data and the distillation curves are printed and stored on hard disk and/or data disks.
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