Bomb Calorimeter

EN ISO 1716

The 6200 Isoperibol Calorimeter is Concept’s most precise model offered.  The traditional removable bomb and bucket design along with the water jacket of this calorimeter, afford the user with complete control over the combustion process.  This makes the 6200 the ultimate choice for precise research and development and quality control work required when testing to EN ISO 1716:2018.

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    Specification & Features

    Isoperibol Jacket System
    Outstanding thermal jacketing is provided by a circulating water system driven by a built-in, high capacity pump which maintains a continuous forced flow around the sides and bottom of the bucket chamber and through the cover as well. A sealed immersion heater and a uilt-in heat exchanger, both operated by the calorimeter controller, provide precise jacket temperature control.

    Semi-Automatic Oxygen Fill
    To speed and simplify the bomb filling operation, the 6200 Calorimeter has a semiautomatic system for charging the bomb with oxygen. Oxygen is connected to a microprocessor controlled solenoid installed in the calorimeter. To fill the bomb, the operator simply slips the filling hose connector onto the bomb inlet valve and pushes the touch screen to start the filling sequence.

    Laboratory Requirements
    The calorimeter requires a source of 99.5% oxygen and deionized water for operation. If a closed loop system is chosen, the water handling system must be installed to the left of the calorimeter.

    Expanded System
    The 6220 Expanded System includes the following components:

    • 6200 Calorimeter
    • 6510 Water Handling System
    • 1758 Printer
    • Extra Bomb and Bucket
    • 6008 Bomb Maintenance Kit
    • 6209B, 1 Year Service Kit

    Technical Data & Requirements

    Electrical: 110 to 230 volts Single phase

    Ambient Temperature: Operating 10°C to 35°C

    Gas supply: 99.5% Oxygen

    De-ionized Water

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