The Tamson TV12 is designed for ultra-precise temperature control and can be used for ASTM D1480 and ASTM D1217 tests. The ASTM D1480 method covers two procedures for the measurement of the density of materials which are fluid at the desires test temperatures. ASTM D1217 is to cover the measurement of the density of pure hydrocarbons or petroleum distillates boiling between 90°C and 110°C that can be handled in a normal fashion as a liquid at the specified test temperatures of 20°C and 25°C.
The TV12 is able to achieve a temperature stability of 0.01°C. All wetted parts are made of stainless steel and brass, providing resistance against all usual bath fluids. The bath is fitted with adjustable feet for leveling. A permanent light is located in the top plate to supply clear light and guarantee optimal visibility inside the bath. The bath is equipped with two windows. The TV12 is maintenance free and designed to run with minimal operational costs. The TV12 can be operated from ambient +5 up to +120°C (..302°F). With the use of the built-in cooling coil, sub ambient temperatures down to +5°C can be achieved. The bath is equipped with both a drain and an overflow outlet. The bath conforms to CE-regulation. Further the bath is equipped with a mechanical over temperature protection.
Features and Benefits
- Ultra-high temperature stability
- All wetted parts moade from stainless steel
- Integrated LED light
- Bath drain and overflow outlet
- Small footprint
- Four positions for Bingham pycnometers
- Excellent visibility
- Easy to read display
- Very quiet
- Integrated cooling coil for counter-cooling