WSI Analyser - SA9000-0
The Water Separation Instrument is a fully automatic and compact bench top / portable instrument. The instrument measures how effectively a fuel sample releases entrained and emulsified water when pumped through a water coalescing filter. The WSI displays the measured water separation index. Results can range from 0.0 to 100.0. A high water separation index, such as 100.0, indicates the test specimen coalesces easily and is relatively free of surfactants.
The WSI is operated via a touchscreen user interface that takes you through the testing procedure. The instrument consists of a sonicator, temperature probe, filter cartridge, dye detector and dyed water, solvent and test specimen pumps.
The latest Product Quality Bulletin (No 121) from JIG revises the Protocol for Water Separation Testing Downstream of Point of Manufacture and now advises testing can be done using ASTM D8073 (IP 624).
WSI Analyser - SA9000-0
- Automated Water Separation Index (WSI)
- Measures 0 to 100 WSI
- 220 ml ±10 ml sample volume
- Patented Ultra Sonic Mixer
- API/EI 1581 5th edition filter material
- Suitable for untrained operators
- Fully automatic
Before each test the WSI flushes the instrument with the test specimen, primes the instrument and primes the filter. When the test starts the unit pumps dyed water into the test specimen and emulsifies the solution with the sonicator. After a specific time the emulsion is pumped through a particulate filter, the dye detector and into the waste container to provide a reference value. Once a reference value is acquired, the emulsion is diverted through a filter cartridge to remove the dyed water before it passes through the detector again and a new set of readings are taken. The water separation index is calculated from the reference value and subsequent readings. Results display on the screen.
Test results are stored on the WSI or you can save the results onto a computer.
WSI Filter cartridges use API/EI 1581 5th edition filter material which is less sensitive to weak surfactants and is less affected by SDA, eliminating uncertainty over static dissipater additives, but is responsive to the presence of ester based additives.
|Measurement Range||50-100 Water Separation Index (WSI)|
|Conductivity||0-2000 pS/m (factory option)|
|Temperature Range||19 °C to 29 °C|
|Sample Size||220 ml ±10 ml|
|Power||Universal, AC 85-264 VAC 50/60 Hz|
|Outputs||USB, Digital Display, FAT Compatible Files|
|Size (HxWxD)||38 x 31 x 35 cm|
|CCCN Code||Tariff 90268020|
|ASTM D1655||Standard Specificationfor Aviation Turbine Fuels|
|ASTM D8073||Procedure to rate the ability of aviation turbine fuels to release entrained and emulsified water when passed through a water coalescing filter.|
|IP 624||Procedure to rate the ability of aviation turbine fuels to release entrained and emulsified water when passed through a water coalescing filter.|
|JIG Bulletin 121||Testing Water Separation Properties of Jet Fuel|