Pycnometer From Micromeritics Offers Precise Results
The great thing about the AccuPyc II 1340 range of Pycnometers is their speed. If you are looking for a product that will supply you with your information quickly and accurately; that offers precise evaluation of volume measurements and density analysis on a range of test materials including powders, solids and slurries, then this is the product for you.
By utilizing gas displacement technology to calculate volume, the 1340 carries out the vast majority of the sample analysis jobs it is given in under 3 minutes. Its Windows® based interface allows the inclusion of a host of extras such as time related pressure equilibration reports, and a variety of various calculation profiles including proportional solids content and overall pore volume.
If it is a faster rate of throughput that you are looking for, the 1340 Pycnometer, thanks to its integrated analysis software, is capable of running up to five additional externally linked analysis modules. Each of the five external units can carry a differently dimensioned sample chamber from 1 to 350 cubic centimeters, which gives the 1349 unrivalled flexibility.
The main features of the AccuPyc II 1340 include:
- The capability to accurately and reliably measure the absolute density of solid, powder or slurry based samples in volumes between 0.01 to 350 cubic centimeters
- Its operation is 100% automatic
- The choice of a Windows® based interface provides first class reporting and archiving of records.
- Its remarkable inbuilt software provides the potential for the control of as many as five external analysis equipments
- It has the inbuilt capability of accurately recording open and closed cell foam based samples with the FoamPyc software included in the models make-up.
- Multi-volume choices permit the analysis of a wide variety of sample sizes.
- The temperature-control option provides an analysis function of temperatures that can be manually selected by the operator, at will.
- The glove box option facilitates the analysis process being carried out in controlled environments.
Date added: 2015-05-25 13:13:41