The Falex Panel Coking Test determines the tendencies of finished oils to form coke when in contact with surfaces at elevated temperatures. The unit is equipped with three programmable temperature controllers, a variable drive motor with digital speed display, and an air flow regulation system. The Falex Panel Coking Test Apparatus provides an economical method for the evaluation of coking tendencies of lubricants under a wide range of test parameters and test materials.
Standard Test Methods
FTM-791B-3462 - Coking Tendencies of Lubricating Oils
Falex Oxidation Stability Tester F400 Falex offers the highest quality instrument and test consumables (heater tubes) for ASTM D3241, oxidation stability of jet fuel. A compact, user friendly instrument and heater tubes that meet the most rigorous standards set by ASTM Subcommittee J. D3241 was changed in Table 2 and the following footnote was added : The following equipment, heater tube and filter kits, manufactured by Falex Corporation, 1020 Airpark Dr., Sugar Grove, IL, 60554-9585, was run through the test protocol in RR:D02-1550 and determined as equivalent to the equipment used to develop the test method. This test is detailed in RR:D02-1714.
The Falex Thermal Fouling Tester F450 or FT2 is the first instrument designed specifically for the SAE ARP 5996B Evaluation of Coking Propensity of Aviation Lubricants Using the Single Phase Flow Technique Test Method. It is designed for ease of use and fully flexible programmability, customizable safety and shutdown protocols. The Falex FT2 features enhanced hotspot determination, automatic tube temperature profiling and full data acquisition.