CKIC 5E-AC/PL Calorimeter

CKIC 5E-AC/PL Calorimeter

5E-AC/PL calorimeter is used to determine the calorific value of solid and liquid combustibles such as oil, coal, coke, foodstuffs and biomass products, which is widely applied in power plant, coal mine, metallurgy, chemical industry, commercial inspection, scientific research, etc.

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Model5E-AC/PL Calorimeter
Conforms to MethodASTM D5865, ASTM D4809, GB/T 30727, GB/T 213, ISO 1928, ISO 9831, ISO 18125
Precision (1g Benzoic Acid)0.05%RSD*
Measuring rangeUp to 40MJ/kg
Temp.Resolution0.0001℃
Control Ability2 Units/ 1 PC available
Analysis Time per SampleClassical Method: 15mins
Test Per HourSingle controlDouble control
Up to 4Up to 8
Jacket TypeIsoperibol
Bomb IdentificationUp to 2 for automatic, several for manual
Balance ConnectionAvailable
Network ConnectionAvailable
Bucket FillingAutomatic
Oxygen FillingSemi-Automatic
StructureVertical
Bomb Vessel LiftingManual
Power SupplySingle phase, AC220V±10%, 50/60Hz,≤500W
Net Weight71kg
Dimensions(L×W×H)Vertical: 580mm×550mm×950mm
* Test Condition: 1. Ambient temp.20℃±1℃,humidity75%±5%  2. No strong interference source nearby  3.Clean water circuit with distilled water
Standard Configuration:
Main analyzer
Standard CV bomb
Data System (PC & Printer)
Handle Oxygen Charger
Crucibles
Ignition Wire
Benzoic Acid
O-ring kit
Tool kit
 
Optional Configuration:
Lens paper
Pellet press&
Bench-top oxygen charger
Halogen Resistant Oxygen Vessel
 
Features:
1. Water cycling system applies the theory of communicating vessels, simple and reliable.
2. Large jacket volume minimizes the heat transfer between bucket and the environment.
3. Large water tank is equipped for cooling down water from the bucket after each analysis.
4. Auto-diagnosis, remote data transfer and balance connection available.
 

 

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