Seven Reasons to Use Halocarbon 0.8 Oil for Ultra-Low and Low-Temperature Calibration Baths
Ultra-low temperature calibration baths are routine and essential processes for thermometric sensors in a variety of manufacturing industries. These extreme temperatures require dependable and precise properties, and accordingly, Halocarbon 0.8 Oil is the fluid of choice and industry standard for ultra-low calibration baths. This high-quality calibration bath fluid is specifically designed to perform consistently across a broad range of temperatures. Below, we’ve put together seven reasons to use Halocarbon 0.8 Oil for ultra-low and low-temperature calibration bath solutions.
Benefits of Halocarbon 0.8 Oil for Calibration Baths
The calibration of thermometric sensors is essential to maintaining operations in a broad range of industries. From the chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturing to automotive and aerospace applications, thermometric sensors require routine and precise calibration. When extreme temperatures are required for calibration, Halocarbon 0.8 Oil is the industry standard for ultra-low calibration bath fluids.
Characteristics of Cryogenic Calibration Bath Fluids
Advanced cryogenic baths used to calibrate temperature probes require high-performance fluids with unsurpassed stability, reliability, and usability at extremely low temperatures. Additionally, these fluids must provide precise, repeatable performance to match the demanding requirements of high-tech industries using cryogenic temperature probes.
Mechanical Seal Barrier Fluids Selection Guide: Not a ‘One-Size Fits All’ Approach
Quality, performance and affordability are just a few of the characteristics of Halocarbon’s industrial lubricants. Over the past 30 years, Halocarbon has grown its specialization in the aerospace and military markets to develop quality specialty lubricants for industrial applications. Halocarbon Mechanical Seal Barrier Fluids are a new line of fluorinated lubricants designed for use in hazardous or reactive chemical operations. Mechanical seal barrier fluids were engineered to lubricate and cool seal faces in both pressurized and unpressurized systems. Halocarbon Mechanical Seal Barrier Fluids provide safe and long-lasting performance to increase the service life of mechanical seals. Durability is not the only competitive edge of these barrier fluids, as their versatile formulas are designed to benefit a variety of applications.
Mechanical Seal Barrier Fluids Guide
Over the last 30 years, Halocarbon’s industrial lubricants have evolved beyond their initial use in aerospace and military applications to more advanced manufacturing applications. One such application involves the use of Halocarbon fluorinated lubricants in mechanical seals. Halocarbon engineers have specifically designed chemically-inert and nonflammable oils for use as mechanical seal barrier fluids and buffer fluids, optimized for both performance and value. Before you choose one of our fluids, please read on to determine which fluid is best for you.
HaloVac® Precision Vacuum Pump Fluids Guide
HaloVac® Precision Vacuum Pump Fluids are fluorinated lubricants engineered specifically for the low vapor pressures and viscosity characteristics required in precision vacuum pump applications. These oils have been used for over 60 years as a safe and reliable choice for lubricating and maximizing the operational life of mechanical pumps in high-performance cyrogenic and vacuum applications. Unlike hydrocarbon-based oils, HaloVac® is nonflammable, chemically inert, and oxygen and chlorine-compatible. Manufactured using Halocarbon PCTFE technology, HaloVac® oils have been specifically designed and optimized for use in precision vacuum pumps, making them the competitive and cost-effective alternative to conventional PFPE-based systems.
Vacuum pump fluids specifically engineered for optimum safety, reliability, and performance.