The analyzer heats a sample and applies a test spark to the liquid, indicating the safe storage temperatures for your products.
The sample is pumped into a test cup and trapped within it. At a controlled rate, air is also introduced to the test cup, which is then heated. At selected intervals, electrodes positioned over the sample generate a high-voltage spark. When it is reached, the flash point is detected by a highly sensitive low - mass thermocouple. The sample flow is then re-established and the airflow increased, allowing the test cup to cool in preparation for the next cycle.