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Seta Multiflash Cleveland Flash Point Module

Part Number 34300-2

The automatic Cleveland module conforms precisely to national and international Cleveland open cup flash point test methods. It comprises a sample cup, temperature probe, flash/fire detector, and a DIPS pod containing the sweeping mechanism with co-axial gas/electric ignitor.

The Cleveland module must be used with the Multiflash Automatic Flash Point - Universal Base Unit (34000-0). The base unit recognises that the Cleveland module is connected and instantaneously sets up standard test parameters and calibration data.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The flash point test area consists of a removeable sample cup in a thermal insulation ring, and a probe block for mounting the flash/fire detector and sample temperature probe. The sample cup is heated by the hotplate within the Multiflash Automatic Flash Point - Universal Base Unit (34000-0).


The DIPS pod contains the ignitor sweeping mechanism with a coaxial gas jet/electric hot wire ignitor, and a snuffer that extinguishes any flames in the sample cup at the end of the test.

The sample temperature probe is a class A PRT, and flash/fire detection is by an ionisation ring.


Safety features include an initial sweep to check that the sample is below its flash point at the start of the test and a PRT check to ensure that the correct probe is connected and is immersed in sample. When in search mode, the software limits the maximum temperature to 50 C above "expected flash". The snuffer automatically deploys at the end of the test or if the independent fire detection probe (mounted over the test area) detects a flame. The hotplate in the Multiflash Automatic Flash Point - Universal Base Unit (34000-0) is equipped with a cut-out to protect against over-temperature.


The optional Cooling Boost Accessory (34008-0) allows the test area to be rapidly cooled in between tests by a blast of compressed air.


Supplied with;
DIPS Pod
Test Area
Ignitor
Ionisation ring flash detector
Fire detector
Sample PRT
Sweep arm setup tools
Interconnection cables
Instruction manuals

SPECIFICATIONS

Temperature Range Ambient to 400 C
Bath N/A
Heating Hotplate
Post Test Cooling Fan assisted or Forced Air (Requires 34008-0 Cooling Boost Module option)
Post Test Cool-down Time (90C to 50C) 9 minutes (Fan) 6 minutes (Forced Air)
Ignitor Quick-fit coaxial gas jet / electric hot wire, user selectable (Electric hot wire pilot light for gas jet)
Temperature Probe Class A Platinum Resistance Thermometer, C or F
Flash / Fire Detection Ionisation Ring
Gas Supply (gas jet ignitor) Laboratory gas, 3 kPa (0.44 psi) maximum pressure
Air Supply (forced air cooling Dry compressed air, 670 kPa (100 psi) maximum pressure
Voltage 110/120 V or 220/240 V, 50/60 Hz, (switchable)
Power 1 kW
Size (HxWxD) 330 x 470 x 420 mm
Weight 12 kg
CCCN Code: Tariff 90268020

DETAILS OF METHODS

BS DIN EN ISO 2592Determination of flash and fire points. Cleveland open cup method
ASTM D92Standard test method for flash and fire points by cleveland open cup
IP 36Determination of flash and fire points - Cleveland open cup method (ISO 2592:2000)
Multiflash Cleveland Open Cup flashpoint ASTM IP

FEATURES

Fully self-contained flash/fire point test module
Ambient to 400 C
Gas or electric ignition
Automatic heating control, flash and fire detection
Automatic test results & end of test audible warning
Automatic snuffer
Automatic barometric correction

METHODS

ASTM D92, BS DIN EN ISO 2592, IP 36

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