SCITEQ methylene chloride testerMã SP: SCITEQ methylene chloride tester
For determining the resistance of PVC-U pipes to dichlormethan at a specified temperature. Determination of the gelation level in PVC pipes and profiles by means of the MC test (1 temperature) or the MCT test (2 temperatures). The gelation of PVC is one of the most important product quality considerations. The gelation has an influence on impact strength and resistance to internal pressure. There are various methods to determine the gelation level in PVC pipes and profiles; the most common one is to use Methylene chloride according to various standards. Commonly used are the MC test and the MCT test. With the MC test you test PVC with only one temperature, and on an untreated cut surface. With the MCT test you test PVC on a precision milled surface, commonly in two different temperatures. The Methylene Chloride Temperature Test Cabinets from SCITEQ can be used both for MC and MCT test, and can be supplied with one, two or even three different temperature tanks at the same time.
- high accuracy temperature control
- minimal energy loss
- unique design
- easily accessible service components
- table model also available