Determine the temperature at which a particular organic compound gives off sufficient vapor to ignite in air. Measuring a flash point requires an ignition source. At the flash point, the vapor may cease to burn when the ignition source is removed.
Measure evaporation residue in aviation fuels, motor gasolines, and other volatile distillates in accordance with ASTM D 381, ISO 6246, EN 5 and IP 131 test methods.
The HRB 754 Ring & Ball Tester automatically determines the softening point of bitumen, tar, pitch, tall oil rosins, and polymeric resins via standard ring and ball test methods.
Herzog’s HVP 972 is the modern analytical instrument designed for accurate determination of vapor pressure of both automotive and aviation gasoline, turbine fuels, other light distillate petroleum products, hydrocarbon solvents and chemical compounds.
OptiDist is the benchmark in atmospheric distillation testing offering the highest level of precision.
Safe and accurate flash point determination for low volume samples. The new Small Scale Flash Point Analyzer completes PACs Herzog OptiFlash family.
Optiflash Cleveland Open Cup accurately detects flash point up to 400°C for petroleum products, lube oil, gear oil, food & beverages, chemicals, and fluxed bitumen.
OptiFlash Tag & Abel is the new benchmark in flash point analysis, fully designed to meet today’s expectations on user convenience, quality and safety compliance.
The Herzog OptiFlash Pensky Martens determines the flash point of petroleum products, biodiesels, solvents, fluxed bitumen, food, and beverages up to 400°C.
Alcor’s MCRT-160 provides safe measurements of petroleum products with a tendency to thermally degrade and form coke under high temperature pyrolyzing conditions.
ISL’s safe, easy to use NCK2 5G Noack evaporation loss analyzer enables the most precise testing to meet increasing QS/QA requirements in full compliance with CEC, ASTM & IP methods.