DR10, ITR Tube Deposit Rater Instrument (Thermal Oxidation Stability of Aviation Turbine Fuels) – Aviation Turbine Fuel

Thermal Oxidation Stability of Aviation Turbine Fuels, ASTM D3241 is universally used by the industry to measure high-temperature stability of aviation turbine fuels. The ASTM D3241 is required to be run on every batch of jet fuel produced according to ASTM D1655 or DEF STAN 91-91 specifications. In this test method, the fuel is pumped through heater tube at fixed flow rate and during a specified period of time. The fuel is pass or fail rated according to the amount of deposit formed on the heater tube at a specified temperature. Traditionally, the amount of deposit on the tube is rated visually against a reference color scale. The proper rating requires significant experience and expertise. However, operator capabilities vary, so evaluation of color can be quite subjective

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  • Average thickness: 10 to 1200 nm
  • Test duration: Test duration
  • Number of measurement points: 1,200 points
  • Electrical specifications: 115 to 230V- 2 A-50/60 Hz
  • Dimension: 250 x 410 x 290 mm
  • Available Test Methods: ASTM D3241, ASTM D1655, ASTM D7566, ISO 6249, Def Stan 91-91
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