Single-Flame Source Test (Ignitability Apparatus)

  • ISO 11925-2
  • , EN 13501
  • , IEC 61730-2
Single-Flame Source Test (Ignitability Apparatus) is designed to determine the ignitability of a material or assembly product by directly exposing a vertically orientated specimen to a small-flame. The ignitability test is a small scale reaction to fire test, and widely use as part of Euro-class system, as well as other area.

Features

  • Standard test chamber, is made from corrosion resistant stainless steel, to maximize the durability.
  • Equipped with multiple window doors for easy operation, and good observation during the test.
  • Standard extensively adjustable burner assembly, mounted on runners, to enable the small premixed flame to be tilted at an angle of 45degree to the specimen and offered to it in one fluid movement.
  • Specimen holder capable of housing the specimens up to and including 60mm thick.
  • A fully adjustable specimen support frame facilitating lateral movement of the specimen holder so that the flame can be applied either at the specimen centre position, or at laterally spaced points.
  • Timer with the accuracy of 0.1 second.
  • Gas system include the flow meter, pressure meter and pressure reducing valve.
  • Specialized holders are optional.

Specification

  • Model No.: SIT
  • Dimensions:  Approx. 850mm(W) × 450mm(H) × 800mm(D)
  • Weight: Approx. 24kg
  • Voltage: AC 220V 50Hz 10A
  • User Manual: Available.
  • Gas Supply: Propane, purity not less than 97%.

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