MICRO-SEPAROMETER MARK V DELUXE OPERATION MANUAL
time is out of preset limits. The "C/S" indicator will light when 15 ml. of fuel sample is left for collection.
5.2.8 The TURBIDIMETER, located under the main control panel, consists of a well for placing the sample vial, a light
source and a photocell.
The small parts and supplies needed to carry out the test are shown in Figure 4 and consist of the following.
5.3.1 WIRE AID A piece of wire with a loop and hook twisted on one end, used to release air when the syringe plunger is
inserted. (Supplied with Instrument - Part No. 001-00-6928)
5.3.2 PIPETTE An automatic hand pipette for use with disposable plastic tip. (Supplied with Instrument Part No. 001-
5.3.3 DRIP PAN - A pan used to receive the waste fuel. (Supplied with Instrument - Part No. 001-00-7902)
5.3.4 CONTAINER - A clean container for water. (Not included)
5.3.5 SYRINGE (barrel and plunger) - A disposable 50 ml. plastic syringe. (Part of Six-Pack)
5.3.6 SYRINGE PLUG - A plug for the syringe. (Part of Six-Pack)
5.3.7 ALUMICEL® COALESCER A pre-calibrated aluminum, throwaway coalescer cell with a tapered end to fit the
syringe. (Part of Six-Pack)
5.3.8 VIALS - A glass vial pre-marked for proper turbidimeter positioning. (Part of Six-Pack)
SIX-PACK A new syringe, pipette tip, test sample vial, plug and ALUMICEL® COALESCER are used in each test.
These disposable parts are available from Emcee in a kit containing all the disposables for 6 tests. This kit is designed to
fit inside the Micro-Separometer. (Part No. 840.99-5944)
WATER - Clean, surfactant-free, preferably distilled.
PREPARATION OF APPARATUS
If possible, locate the instrument in an area where the temperature is between 65 degrees F. and 85 degrees F.
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REVISION DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 1987