Merel AOS-125

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Merel AOS-125 APPARATUS FOR OXIDATION OF INSULATING LIQUIDS

has unique design in its class. With its outstanding performance it will change the way you look on measurement of fluid ageing. With temperature sensors placed in a measurement point and flow sensors we are not only able to see real time air flows and temperatures, store and process them, for future analyses, but we took a step forward.

  • Modular design (6, 12, 18 or more positions)
  • Low weight of single module (approx. 36kg)
  • Data plotting, logging and report generator (temperature and individual flows)
  • PC based user-friendly interface
  • Quick heat-up time (less than 2 h)

We are able to measure or predict different physical parameters off fluid aging and much more. It is capable of testing fluids in six separated measurement points with extreme temperature and air flow stability and reliability. Temperature stability is guaranteed by several sensors. 

Merel AOS-125 consists of a benchtop steel case hosting a dry bath, 4, 6, 8 or 12 positions: the instrument is equipped with individual variable area flowmeters for each position. The advantage of the aluminium block bath consists in the elimination of smelling oil baths and toxic fumes. Besides, the glassware remains clean and not slippery as with oil baths, reducing the risks of incidental breakings.

Technical specifications

Electrical specification
Required supply:100-240 V AC (+/-10 %)
Frequency:50-60 Hz
Overvoltage categoryII
Electrical ratings
Voltage:
24-30 V (+/- 10 %)
Current:1 A
Dimensions
Dimensions (WxHxD):375x235x150 mm
Weight (unit/rack):36 / 5 kg
Environmental conditions
Ambient temperature: 5…40°C (20…25°C is recommended)
Humidity:15…80 % r.h. (non-condensing)
Pollution degree:2
Computer specification
Operating system:MS Windows XP Pro or MS Windows 7 Pro (32-bit or 64-bit) or MS Windows 8 Pro (32-bit or 64-bit)
Processor:minimum Intel® Core ™ i3
RAM:minimum 2 GB (4 GB is recommended)
Hard disk: 512 MB (1 TB is recommended)

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