Fully Automatic Pensky-Martens Closed Cup Flash Point Instrument
According to GB261-83 and ISO2719-73 Pensky-Martens Closed Cup Flash Point Test Method,this instrument adopts micro-computer processing technology and advanced PID temperature controlling technology,with fast temperature rising speed,accurate temperature controlling and test result.This procedures of whole test is automatic,and it has functions of automatic atmosphere correction,automatic lifting,automatic temperature rising and switching,automatic opening cover and ignition,automatic end point checking,automatic printing out test result,automatic air cooling,automatic stop when over-heated.
Automatic Pensky Martens Closed Cup Flash Point Test Instrument is controlled by micro-computer,the whole test procedures and data printing are automatically proceeded.
Big LCD screen display in English,showing test temperature,oil number,test time etc.Whole test process is clear.
Micro-printer can print out the result with low cost
Temperature is raised by single-chip machine,which makes sure the accuracy of test result
When the test is finished,the machine can be cooled automatically by forced air.
The flame size can be adjusted
Automatic lifting system is easy to operate
Automatic Pensky Martens Closed Cup Flash Point Test Instrument is made by cold-rolled sheet,surface treated by Electrostatic spraying.It’s corrosion resisting and easy to clean.
Automatic Pensky Martens Closed Cup Flash Point Test Instrument can be operated by manual or automatically
Correction function:current date,time,temperature and atmosphere
It has protection and self-diagnosis procedures
Both main controlling and measuring parts are imported,to make sure the reliability and stability.
The machine is compact,small and beautiful
High degree of automation:set flash point as per operation method on LCD display screen,press “Start” key,the whole test will be proceeded automatically.
GB/T261, ISO2719, ASTM D93, DIN51751
LCD big screen in English
Control temperature and set temperature of expected flash point;