MIL-PRF-3150E §4.5.4 - Low Temperature Stability Testing
We perform oil testing by MIL-PRF-3150E, which includes testing whether an oil’s viscosity remains stable after a 96-hour low-temperature exposure cycle. The exposure cycle is 24 hours exposure to low temperature (-40°C), then 24 hours exposure to 25°C, 24 hours at -18°C and 24 hours at 25°C. MIL-PRF-3150 describes a lubricating oil used as a general purpose and ordinance lubricant.
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-32033 §220.127.116.11, 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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