Flashpoint Determination – Rapid Measurement of Flashpoint with the Stanhope Seta Active Cool from John Morris Scientific

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Background

Stanhope Seta Active Cool Flashpoint Tester

Features and Capabilities

Background

John Morris Scientific supply and service the scientific instrument needs for the following industries:

         Life sciences

         Environmental

         Laboratory, Mining

         Food, Feed & Dairy

         Manufacturing Plants

         Petrochemistry

         Plant pathology

         General laboratory needs

Our customers range from small private companies to large government departments and private enterprises.

Stanhope Seta Active Cool Flashpoint Tester

Flashpoint is a key factor in determining the hazard classification of many substances. The new Stanhope Seta Active Cool uses the Rapid Equilibrium method to provide a flashpoint value in less than 2 minutes, and to determine whether a sample meets the expected flashpoint criteria. The Active Cool is able to test the flash point of liquids and semi-liquids, and requires a sample size of only 2 ml. It is a low-cost, lightweight and compact instrument designed for use in the laboratory, production line and for portable applications.

Features and Capabilities

The Stanhope Seta Active Cool is the first small scale flash point tester to provide testing at or below ambient temperature and with rapid cool-down. It has in-built electronic peltier coolers that enable testing at low temperatures and that reduce the heat after a test is completed, facilitating fast sample removal and preparation for subsequent tests. These features combined with the small sample size and fast temperature stabilisation, significantly reduce overall test time, improve throughput and minimise waste disposal.

The new Active Cool has a ‘ramp’ facility which automatically increases the temperature of the sample until a flash is detected. The Active Cool features a flash/no flash test which makes flash point testing an easy and safe procedure, even for users with no previous laboratory experience.

 

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Date Added: May 6, 2008 | Updated: Jun 11, 2013
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