Evaporation Loss of Lubricating Oils by the Noack Method

Evaporation Loss of Lubricating Oils by the Noack Method
Test Method
For determining the evaporation loss of lubricating oils, particularly engine oils. High temperatures can evaporate oil which may contribute to oil consumption in an engine and can lead to a change in the properties of an oil. A measured quantity of sample is placed in an evaporation crucible that is then heated to 245.2°C with a constant flow of air drawn through it for 60 minutes. The loss in mass of the oil is determined.

Automatic Non-Woods Metal Noack Evaporative

Conforms to ASTM D5800, Procedure B
6.5” Integrated Touch Screen Panel PC
Integrated Vacuum Pump with automatic electronic control system
Direct sample temperature measurement via PT100 probe
Equipped with high resistant Kalrez valve, inlet filter to remove product residuals
USB port for connection to an external printer and/or external PC
Storage capacity for more then 60,000 analysis
CE Marked

Conforms to the specifications of:
ASTM D5800 Procedure B; IP 421; DIN 51581
Capacity: 1 Sample
Temperature Range: 225°C to 275°C
Temperature Resolution: 0.01°C
Temperature Accuracy: ±0.2°C
Repeatability/Reproducibility: Meets or Exceeds ASTM D5800
Ambient Temperature: Max. 35°C
Relative Humidity: Max 80%
Heater Power: 420W