Thermcraft applies ISO 6245 to its furnaces

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The ‘Ashing Box Furnace with Integrated Control System’ can be useful for analyzing the dirty, dusty, and unwanted excess of hydrocarbon samples according to ISO standards. (Courtesy: Thermcraft)

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is an independent non-governmental agency able to give fair and just judgment in all standardized testing situations.

Before the emergence of such a well-structured, world-renowned regulatory body, restrictions were few and far between, giving big business free rein.

Made up of like-minded, forward-thinking experts whose remit is to provide safer products and services in all major industries, an ISO standard is a highly sought-after stamp of approval. Requiring a 75 percent vote of confidence, the level of cooperation that goes into the painstaking preparation and eventual passing of a new standard is proof of its authenticity.

ISO 6245 is yet another example of the ISO’s dedicated work and distinction in the field.

ISO 6245: Test Overview

ISO 6245 is a carefully conducted test to identify the appearance and amount of ash content in a variety of petroleum products. Fluids such as fuel oils, crude petroleum, and waxes are of specific interest, as they are known to excrete the highest residual rates when radiated or heated at the highest temperatures.

ISO 6245 proposes that any ash-forming constituents present are undesirable impurities or contaminants. The leftover levels of ash are regularly the dispelled result of oil-soluble or water-soluble metallic compounds or from extraneous solids such as dirt and rust.

A highly adaptable test, ISO 6245 can be applied to any configuration of components that has the potential ash content percentage of as low as less than 1 percent.

ISO 6245: Applications for Thermcraft Furnace Production

Tests such as ISO 6245 are an integral precursor to the design and development of all furnace lines at Thermcraft. An assurance of absolute and unequivocal user protection is something the company prides itself on providing.

The ‘Ashing Box Furnace with Integrated Control System’ can be useful for analyzing the dirty, dusty, and unwanted excess of hydrocarbon samples according to ISO standards. This is a crucial phase of quality assurance and control (QA/QC) in the petrochemicals sector, where products are certified to the relevant regulations.

Best Practice Through ISO 6245

Thermcraft does whatever is necessary to make sure that its extreme heat-emitting equipment, particularly the furnaces, is stringently standardized and up-to-code with the very latest in testing techniques. The unquestionable quality and superiority of our heating appliances are there for all to see. However, the completion of ISO 6245 standardization gives Thermcraft the literature and expertise to make confident claims about not only the caliber, but also the versatility of Thermcraft furnaces.

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