5013-1L - 

Test Accessory, Silicone Oil, Fluke 6102/7102/7103 Micro-Baths

5013-1L - Test Accessory, Silicone Oil, Fluke 6102/7102/7103 Micro-Baths

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Silicone Oil
Fluke 6102/7102/7103 Micro-Baths
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Product Overview

The 5013-1L is a 1L Silicone Oil for use with Fluke 6102/7102/7103 micro-baths. Silicone oil is used as a calibration media in temperature controlled baths. Different types of silicone oil are chosen for specific temperature ranges based on their viscosity at those temperatures. They have good thermal characteristics and low flammability. Atmospheric pressure affects the usable range of some fluids. The temperatures quoted are at sea level. Flash point is the temperature at which a vapor (not the fluid) will ignite if exposed to an open flame. When the flame is removed, the vapor will stop burning. (Open cup method).
  • 200.20 Silicone oil bath fluid type
  • 10 to 230°C Usable range
  • 232°C Flash point


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