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Humidifying Intake Air Tower

StanCo Scientific Humidifying Intake Air Tower with DewTrak II-MO™ Control We have extensive experience with closed-loop cooling systems in other instrumentation types. We took that knowledge and applied it to carburetor cooling issues to use with Octane engines. To further meet the ASTM requirements, a heavy-duty vaporizer was introduced to ensure that the air stream to the engines is within the required 25-50 grains per pound of dry air. To measure this humidity, a chilled ...
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A look back at “Some Sources of Error in Laboratory Knock Ratings”

“Some Sources of Error in Laboratory Knock Ratings” by W. E. Adams and J. D. McCullough In the late 1950s, ...

Reference Fuel Blending System for Octane/Cetane Rating Engine

Specifications Conforms to the specifications of: ASTM D2699, ASTM D2700, ASTM D2885, ASTM D613 Application: For Cetane and Octane Measurement ...

Combination Octane Rating Unit – K90901 by Koehler Instrument Company

Test Method This laboratory test method covers the quantitative determination of the knock rating of liquid spark-ignition engine fuel in ...

SSD7400 Dual Digital Counter

New for 2019! As technology progresses, modern solutions to dated equipment not only becomes more user-friendly but frequently more economical ...
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