The Affinity ITC is an isothermal power compensation instrument that provides optimal enthalpy measurement with advanced active heating and cooling temperature control.
C. Gerhardt's VAPODEST 500 is suitable for all established methods of Kjeldahl determination and for distillation methods for the determination of ammonium, nitrate or TVBN.
Featuring a wide affinity range, fast response time and high signal to noise, the Malvern MicroCal PEAQ-ITC enables the analysis of weak to high affinity binders (at high and low concentrations) with high reproducibility.
With the OMNIS Sample Robot, users can analyse water content in up to 50 samples completely unattended.
Metrohm presents a fully automated solution for the determination of total acid number (TAN) and total base number (TBN) in up to 112 samples. The process is based on the OMNIS Sample Robot and addresses the needs of QC laboratories in the petrochemical industry as well as contract laboratories looking for an efficient solution to cope with high sample loads.
The OMNIS Karl Fischer Titrator addresses the needs of users, offering ease of use and protection from solvents and reagents with a whole range of innovative features.
The Affinity ITC and ITC Auto are designed for challenging life science laboratory environments that require high sensitivity and high productivity.
Metrohm provides the 859 Titrotherm with tiamo software for thermometric titrations — a device that can easily be automated by integrating an autosampler. The product is suitable for quantifying sodium in foodstuffs, serving as an alternative to determining the counterion chloride using argentometric titration.
ASTM WK48004, for the determination of the acid number in crude oil and petroleum refinery intermediates and products, is claimed to be more accurate, more precise, more robust and more repeatable than the ASTM D664 potentiometric method.
The Hach TitraLab AT1000 is a one-touch, automatic titration system with preset methods that can quickly deliver results.
The Titralab AT1000 Series one-touch automatic titrators are capable of analysing and delivering accurate results in just a few steps through a plug-and-play system.
Many titrations are often performed manually because regulations require a titration to continue until the colour changes; in other words, the endpoint must not be indicated by a pH electrode or a metal electrode. Such titrations can now be automated with an optical sensor, the Metrohm Optrode.
With powerful customisation and accurate analysis, Hanna Instruments’ HI902C Automatic Titration System brings simplicity in analysis to the lab. The powerful instrument can perform acid/base, potentiometric, ORP, complexometric, precipitation, back titrations, linked titrations and titre determinations.
Mettler Toledo has launched a compact and affordable family of titrators. EasyPlus titrators are designed for basic requirements and first-time users of automatic titrators in the food and chemical industries.
The Titration-IC (ion chromatography) system offers complete automation for testing properties and ions in drinking, ground, surface and waste water.