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Long duration flights at high altitudes subject aircraft fuel to ultra-low temperatures, increasing risks of fuel line and filter blockage due to wax crystal formation. In addition, jet fuel is commonly carried through multi-product pipeline and distribution systems, therefore exposed to cross-contamination with residual components. Even at very low concentrations, contaminants (such as FAME or diesel) impact the freezing point of jet fuel, resulting in fuel gelling and engine operability issues. Such conditions present a real threat of overall flight safety. Freezing point is therefore an essential property of aviation fuels specifications and requires rigorous control.
The ISL FZP 5G2s is the state-of-the-art proven lab solution for freezing point determination of aviation fuels in full compliance with ASTM D7153. Its high level of automation ensures continuous operation, ease of use, and accurate detection of contamination – even at low levels – compared to conventional freezing point analyzers. Join PAC at one of the upcoming webinars and gain insight on ISL FZP 5G2s. The webinar will cover:
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