Seta Multiflash Cleveland Flash Point Module - 34300-2

IP 36

The automatic Cleveland module conforms precisely to national and international Cleveland open cup flash point test methods. It comprises a sample cup, temperature probe, flash/fire detector, and a DIPS pod containing the sweeping mechanism with co-axial gas/electric ignitor.

The Cleveland module must be used with the Multiflash Automatic Flash Point – Universal Base Unit (34000-0). The base unit recognises that the Cleveland module is connected and instantaneously sets up standard test parameters and calibration data.

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Seta Multiflash Cleveland Flash Point Module - 34300-2


  • Fully self-contained flash/fire point test module
  • Ambient to 400 °C
  • Gas or electric ignition
  • Automatic heating control, flash and fire detection
  • Automatic test results & end of test audible warning
  • Automatic snuffer
  • Automatic barometric correction

Additional Information

The flash point test area consists of a removeable sample cup in a thermal insulation ring, and a probe block for mounting the flash/fire detector and sample temperature probe. The sample cup is heated by the hotplate within the Multiflash Automatic Flash Point - Universal Base Unit (34000-0).

The DIPS pod contains the ignitor sweeping mechanism with a coaxial gas jet/electric hot wire ignitor, and a snuffer that extinguishes any flames in the sample cup at the end of the test.

The sample temperature probe is a class A PRT, and flash/fire detection is by an ionisation ring.

Safety features include an initial sweep to check that the sample is below its flash point at the start of the test and a PRT check to ensure that the correct probe is connected and is immersed in sample. When in search mode, the software limits the maximum temperature to 50 °C above "expected flash". The snuffer automatically deploys at the end of the test or if the independent fire detection probe (mounted over the test area) detects a flame. The hotplate in the Multiflash Automatic Flash Point - Universal Base Unit (34000-0) is equipped with a cut-out to protect against over-temperature.

The optional Cooling Boost Accessory (34008-0) allows the test area to be rapidly cooled in between tests by a blast of compressed air.

Supplied with;
Test Area
Ionisation ring flash detector
Fire detector
Sample PRT
Sweep arm setup tools
Interconnection cables
Instruction manuals

Temperature RangeAmbient to 400 °C
Post Test CoolingFan assisted or Forced Air (Requires 34008-0 Cooling Boost Module option)
Post Test Cool-down Time (90°C to 50°C)9 minutes (Fan) 6 minutes (Forced Air)
IgnitorQuick-fit coaxial gas jet / electric hot wire, user selectable (Electric hot wire pilot light for gas jet)
Temperature ProbeClass A Platinum Resistance Thermometer, °C or °F
Flash / Fire DetectionIonisation Ring
Gas Supply (gas jet ignitor)Laboratory gas, 3 kPa (0.44 psi) maximum pressure
Air Supply (forced air coolingDry compressed air, 670 kPa (100 psi) maximum pressure
Voltage110/120 V or 220/240 V, 50/60 Hz, (switchable)
Power1 kW
Size (HxWxD)33 cm x 47 cm x 42 cm
Weight12 kg
CCCN CodeTariff 90268020


IP 36
ASTM D92 Standard test method for flash and fire points by cleveland open cup
IP 36 Determination of flash and fire points - Cleveland open cup method (ISO 2592:2000)
BS DIN EN ISO 2592 Determination of flash and fire points. Cleveland open cup method