The difference between cloud point and pour point are as follows-
|When an oil sample cooled slowly, the temperature at which it appears hazy or cloudy is known as cloud point.
||The temperature at which oil stops flowing even after tilting the glass tube containing the oil under test to horizontal position for 5 seconds is known as pour point
|It has comparatively higher value for an oil sample.
||It has lower value for the same oil sample.
|It is more significant in case of fuel oils.
||It is more significant in case of lubricating oils.
|It is obtained comparatively faster as it shows beginning solicitation.
||It is obtained comparatively late as it shows complete solidification.