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The CEN recently released a new standard, EN 16329, “Determination of CFPP for Diesel and Domestic Heating Fuels – Linear Cooling Bath Method”. Both PAC’s Herzog HCP 842 and ISL FPP 5Gs fully comply to this recently released method. The EN 16329 is now also listed in the EN-590 European Diesel Fuels Specification as alternative technique to EN 116:1997. This new method uses a refrigeration device with linear cooling instead of the conventional stepped bath, which displayed enhanced precision during round robins conducted in 2011. The Cold Filter Plugging Point (CFPP) is a critical property that predicts the lowest temperature at which a fuel will freely flow through filters in diesel engine system.
With the Herzog HCP 842 and ISL FPP 5Gs, PAC provides the most complete offering for CFPP determination of diesel fuels. Both instruments provide high levels of flexibility with customizable test procedures (user-defined or according to standards) and also multi-networking capability - making them the ideal solutions for R&D applications and busy laboratories.
Join PAC in this recorded webinar, "Highly Precise CFPP Analysis with EN 16329", which will cover:
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