Time to Evolve 21: How to automate your viscosity determination of petroleum products according to ASTM D2983/D8210 and ASTM D5133/D7110

Beschreibung:

Knowing the low-temperature flow behavior of lubricants, engine oils, and hydraulic fluids down to -45 °C is crucial in order to guarantee their suitability in e.g. service (flowing, pumping) of mechanical devices and finally, to ensure end-customer satisfaction. In order to do so, an overview of the standardized test methods ASTM D2983/D8210 and ASTM D5133/D7110 is given. As these methods are partly time-consuming (up to 16 hours per sample), ways how to automate quality control checks are given.

Target industries:

  • Petrochemistry (e.g. engines)
  • Chemistry (e.g. generators)

Target groups:

  • Laboratory managers and technicians, supervisor and production managers
  • Quality control laboratories, companies interested in viscosity measurements which are in the budgeting phase or consider buying new equipment or replacing the one they have
  • Everyone interested in measuring relevant viscosity parameters for quality control
  • Everyone who is in the phase of choosing a viscometer for their viscosity measurements
Sprache: English
Vortragende: Dr. Patricia Gejer
Patricia Gejer

I am Patricia and I work as product manager in the field of viscometry at Anton Paar. My job is to master the flow of juicy up to jelly-like samples with rotational viscometers to figure out the best solution for your daily problems. Even sticky samples can be characterized easily - let me show you how.

zurück

Jetzt freien Zugang erhalten!

Füllen Sie das folgende Formular aus, um freien Zugriff auf Tools und Inhalt mit beschränktem Zugang zu erhalten.

Laden ...

Fehler