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Determine the temperature at which a particular organic compound gives off sufficient vapor to ignite in air. Measuring a flash point requires an ignition source. At the flash point, the vapor may cease to burn when the ignition source is removed.

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CID 510 - Cetane Ignition Delay

Precise derived cetane number determination in diesel fuel oils

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OptiFlash - Pensky Martens

Determine flash point of petroleum products with the Pensky Martens method

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OptiFlash Tag & Abel

Flash point analysis using the Tag and Abel methods

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OptiFlash Small Scale

Accurate Flash Point Determination for Low Volume Samples

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OptiFlash Cleveland Open Cup

Determine flash points with the Cleveland Open Cup method

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MCRT160: Micro Carbon Residue Tester

ASTM D4530 Carbon Residue Testing

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Noack: Evaporation Loss

Determine evaporation loss of lubricating oils, an issue of particular importance in engine lubrication

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RB36: Ring & Ball

Automated Ring & Ball Tester for precise and easy softening point determination

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HRB 754 Ring & Ball

Determine the softening point of bitumen, tar, pitch, tall oil rosins, and polymeric resins

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HVP 972: Vapor Pressure

Accurate determination of vapor pressure of both automotive and aviation gasoline, turbine fuels, other light distillate petroleum products, hydrocarbon solvents and chemical compounds.

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HGT 915 & 917: Gum Test

Gum Test Apparatus to measure  evaporation  residue  in  aviation  fuels,  motor  gasolines,  and  other  volatile  distillates.

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