Minimum Film Forming Temperature Bar
The minimum film forming temperature is the lowest temperature at which an emulsion,
latex or adhesive will uniformly coalesce when applied on a substrate as a thin film.
Knowing the MFFT temperature allows formulators to create a product that cures correctly under the
required application conditions. The instrument can also be used to define the white point/glass transition temperature of dispersion materials, synthetic resins, enamels etc. and the blocking power and stacking capability of coated papers, foils, prints.
ASTM D 2354
|Cat. No.||PS 2365|
|Power Supply||220V AC 50Hz|
|Temperature Range||– 7 ∼ 70°C|
|No. of Inspection Points||13 points|
|Gradient Platen Size||300 x 200 mm|
|Test Channel Size||240 x 22 mm|
|Dimensions||520 x 520 x 370 mm|
|Shipping Weight||40 kg|
Comes complete with
Plastic Cover with Fans