MIL-PRF-32033 §220.127.116.11 - Film Characteristics/High Temperature Stability
We perform oil testing by military specification MIL-PRF-32033, which includes testing the high temperature stability of water-displacing lubricating oil. This test determines whether the oil sample becomes gummy, tacky, or hard when subjected to a temperature of 100C for 24 hours. A glass slide is coated with the sample and then is drained at a 45 degree angle for 24 hours at room temperature to remove any excess oil. The glass slide is then stored in an oven at 100C for 24 hours. MIL-PRF-32033 - Lubricating Oil Specification covers a general purpose preservative lubricating oil used in low temperature applications.
We also perform thermal stability testing by ASTM D2070, ASTM D6468, ASTM E487, ASTM E537, FTM 3411, FTM 3458, FTM 3459, IP 467, MIL-H-22072 §4.6.3, MIL-PRF-3150 §4.5.4, MIL-PRF-372E §18.104.22.168, MIL-PRF-372E §22.214.171.124, and MIL-PRF-87252 §4.5.5. These different test methods use different instruments or procedures or are used for certain sample types. Click on the test method number to learn more about each test.
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