Pour Point

“The pour point is the temperature at which insulating liquid ceases to flow under prescribed testing conditions. The pour point has little significance as a test for contamination or deterioration of the insulating liquid. It may be useful for oil identification and determination of suitability for a particular climate.”

(Quote from IEEE C57.106-2015)

What method is used to analyze the sample?


How do you interpret the results?

IEEE C57.106-2015

What do the results indicate?

“The pour point of a petroleum specimen is an index of the lowest temperature of its utility for certain applications.” (Quote from ASTM D97)

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