While titration is a basic analytical method, titrators are specialized instruments that perform titrations with minimal operator intervention. They can thus minimize errors, improve throughput, and facilitate documentation. There are two major titrator types: potentiometric acid-based designs and Karl Fischer titrators.
Top 4 Signs That You Should Replace Your Titrator
|You’re doing manual titrations. Automatic titrators are more simple, accurate, and affordable than ever before.|
|Burette issues, i.e. noisy, not dispensing titrant, leaking, piston does not move.|
The parts for your current unit are obsolete.
|Your operators can’t produce the same results repeatedly or each of your operators produce repeatable results but they are different between operators.|
Top 6 Questions That You Should Ask When Buying a Titrator
|How precise is the titrant delivery system?
|Can additional titrants be used without having to purge burettes?|
|What information is included in the titrator’s display and reports?|
|Is the titrator limited to proprietary electrodes?
|Is the software field upgradeable?|
|What is the service and repair policy?
Recently Released Titrators
915/916 Ti-Touch Titrator
- Single, space-saving unit contains a burette, stirrer, dosing system and operation module for maximum system integration
- Includes personalized touchscreen for up to 14 methods or instrument functions
- Safety Stop prevents overflowing of titration cell
- Features contact-free reagent exchange
- Provides unattended determination of up to 100 samples for straightforward automation
- Guarantees users are optimally prepared for future changes
- Modern platform provides users with ideal interfaces
- Devices such as printers, memory sticks or barcode readers can be connected via the USB port and are automatically recognized
- Built-in Ethernet connection allows users to integrate their titrators directly into a LabX® network
- Easy-to-use coulometric titrator that has six built-in calculation modes to accommodate solid, liquid and gas samples
- Features a choice of ion exchange or fritless cell option and it offers fast and accurate results
- Boasts one-touch calculations—including a statistics package
- Four files with preset conditions can be stored in memory and allows instant recall of data for up to 20 samples
HI 84500 and HI 84502
- Designed to measure Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) and Total Acidity, parameters essential in the art of wine making
- Replace HI 84100 and HI 84102 and feature improved accuracy with a high precision piston dosing system and compact, space saving footprint
- Feature automatic stirrer speed control, a graphic mode with exportable data and a Good Laboratory Practices feature
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