II 2 G IIC T4 Gb
NEC 500: Class I, Div. 2, Groups B, C, D, T4
NEC 505: Class I, Zone 1, AEx IIB+H2 T4
CEC Sec. 18: Class I, Zone 1, Ex IIB+H2 T4
DIN EN 116
The cold filter plugging point (CFPP) is the lowest temperature at which diesel and domestic heating fuels will pass through a filter in a given time when cooled under certain conditions. CFPP is supposed to give an estimate for the lowest temperature at which these fuels will flow in fuel systems without problems. This temperature is important especially in cold temperature regions where high CFPP of diesel fuel could result in clogging up vehicles’ fuel systems.
The BARTEC BENKE Cold Filter Plugging Point Process Analyzer CFPP-4 is a system for the fully automatic determination of the cold filter plugging point of diesel and domestic fuels. The CFPP-4 allows diesel fuel producers to optimize the use of cold flow additives that allows spreading the usage of winter grade diesel at temperatures below the cloud point. Besides the step-cooling procedure the CFPP-4 also offers linear sample cooling.
Data Sheet - Cold Filter Plugging Point Process Analyzer CFPP-4