This standard is issued under the fixed designation D ; the number immediately This test method was adopted as a joint ASTM–IP standard in operator prepares and inserts the beakers (with test oil, covers, and stirrers) into the bath as per ASTM D method. The test rod assembly (includes the steel. Model is a 6 test positions agitated liquid bath conforming to ASTM D, D, D, NACE TM and other similar tests. A timer alerts the.
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Rusting test apparatus assembly with specimens for D Fig.
Vertical test ast, for D includes specimen, washer, capeach. Home Products Contacts Search. Specifications subject to change without notice. A timer alerts the operator to method critical steps requering attention. A secondary high temperature limit switch prevents over heating in the event of primary controller failure. In addition, a float switch interrupts power to the heaters in the astmm of low bath liquid level.
The stainless steel bath has drain for easy replacement of the bath medium. The test beakers rest on a perforated support rack at the test specified level. The individual stirrers are belt driven. A digital tachometer is provided displaying the rotational speed of the stirrers.
Mounted on the control panel is a power switch for turning the stirrers on and off without disturbing the power to the bath. Individual stirrers have the ability to be lifted out of the test beaker by simply loosening the knurled holding nut and lifting from the beaker. When lifted, the stirrer shaft protrudes through the top of the apparatus, allowing full and easy access to the test beaker.
A clear plastic safety guard is available as an option on the front of the apparatus protecting the operator from the rotating stirrer shafts. Model is identical to Model but with only 4 test positions. Model A is an aluminum dry bath with 4 positions.
Each position is individually temperature controlled and independent of other positions. This feature, unlike conventional aluminum block baths allows precise temperature adjustment.
The advantage of the these aluminum baths over a liquid bath is the safety with the elimination of fumes and fire hazards if using oil as the bath medium. Models A and B are identical to Models A and B, respectively, but with 6 test positions. It consists of a motor rotating the chuck at to rpm. The design chuck is as specified by the test method. A protective cover is provided over the motor.
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