SBT® Direct Cool
Scanning Brookfield Technique – Low Temperature Pumpability & Gelation Index
The Scanning Brookfield Technique® (SBT®) measures apparent viscosity of fresh, sooted, or highly oxidized engine oils at low temperatures. It determines the susceptibility of engine oils to flow-limited and air-binding responses during slow cooling conditions by providing continuous rheological data over a broad temperature range (+90°C to -45°C).
Features & Benefits
- The non-liquid system eliminates flammable bath mediums from laboratory environments.
- Dual position, independent test sample design.
- Simple vertical alignment and centering of viscometers.
- Small bench-top footprint.
- Self-contained pre-heating: Heats samples to 90°C prior to analysis, while remaining in position.
- Internal automatic dry air system removes moisture that accumulates during the test.
- Programmable Temperature Controller maintains bath temperature within ±0.1°C to -45°C.
- The enhanced SBT® Automation Package (with laptop) offers the capacity to operate up to four, 2-place, Direct Cool units simultaneously and independently.
GIR-150 | Gelation Index Reference Oil
LNP-5 | Low Temperature Newtonian Oil
For a complete listing of part numbers and available container sizes of SBT® Direct Cool Reference Oils, review the Tannas Reference Oils & Catalysts Parts List.
Visit our Certified Reference Materials page to download SDS sheets or Oil Certificates.
Parts & Accessories
100750: Tannas SBT2010 Automation Package
100854: SBT® Direct Cool Viscometer (TAV-III)
160022: SBT® Direct Cool Stator
160021: SBT® Direct Cool Adapter Assembly
160011: SBT® Direct Cool Rotor
100031: Female Hook
100032: Male Hook
040013: LNP-5 Calibration Fluid
030007: Gelation Index Reference Oil (GIR-150)