As per ASTM D-1401, DIN 51599.
- The ability of a lubricating oil to separate from water and resist emulsification is an important performance characteristic for applications involving water contamination and turbulence. Water separability is determined by stirring equal volume of water and sample together at a controlled temperature to form an emulsion and observing the time required for separation of the emulsion to occur. This method is suitable for petroleum oils and synthetic fluids.
- Rectangular model having double walled construction with toughened glass observation window (230W x 200Hmm).
- Illumination from rear side.
- 4 place Herschel Emulsifier.
- Added advantage of the stirrer being easily moved to each test position instead of moving the samples.
- Digital temperature, speed and timer
- Timer stops the stirrer after 5 minutes automatically and audible alarm.
- Temperature : Ambient to 100°C, ± 0.5°C.
- Speed upto 1500 rpm, ± 15 rpm.
- Power supply : 230 V, 1 Phase, 50 Hz.