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PCS HFRR (High Frequency Reciprocating Rig)

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HFRR (High Frequency Reciprocating Rig)

Fast and repeatable testing

The High Frequency Reciprocating Rig (HFRR) is a microprocessor-controlled reciprocating friction and wear test system which provides a fast, repeatable assessment of the performance of fuels and lubricants. It is particularly suitable for wear testing relatively poor lubricants such as diesel fuels and for boundary friction measurements of engine oils, greases and other compounds. It has become the industry standard test for diesel fuel lubricity and conforms to ASTM D6079, CEC F-06-A, ISO 12156, EN 590, JPI-5S-50 and IP 450.

Test Methods:

ASTM D6079, CEC F-06-A, ISO 12156, EN 590, JPI-5S-50 and IP 450

Features and applications

The HFRR is easy to calibrate and follows a fully automated test control sequence, freeing up operator time. Test specimens are a single use ball and disc which conform to all international diesel fuel test standards. Specimens in other materials and to different specifications are available. Outside of diesel fuel testing, current HFRR applications include gasoline testing, measuring grease behaviour under boundary conditions, the evaluation of marine engine lubricants and investigations into fretting, both dry and in the presence of lubricant.

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  • DKSH Australia Pty Ltd
  • 14-17 Dansu Court
  • Hallam VIC 3803
  • Australia

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