USB Oven Sample Processor
Automatic thermal sample preparation for Karl Fischer titration
The oven method is suitable for samples that release their water only at high temperatures, are difficult to dissolve or react with the KF reagent.
Sample preparation is very simple. The substance to be analyzed is weighed out into a sample vial, which is hermetically sealed with a septum and placed on the rack. The sample vial is heated in an oven to release the water from the sample. A double hollow needle pierces the septum and a stream of carrier gas transports the moisture to the titration cell for subsequent determination.
The advantage of the oven method is that the sample itself does not get in contact with the KF reagent. This prevents contamination of the oven and the titration cell, which means that there is no risk of carryover or memory effects. Possible contamination is confined to the sample container alone.
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Intelligent Karl Fischer Titrator
Karl Fischer water determination is one of the most frequently applied laboratory methods. In contrast to other water determination methods it is specific, fast, and requires no expensive equipment. With an application range of 0.1% to 100% water volumetric Karl Fischer titration is used in a wide variety of fields. No matter whether you determine the water content in food, cosmetics or pharmaceutical products, the Titrando is always the right instrument.
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