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899 Coulometer

2.899.0010899 Coulometer with generator electrode with diaphragm
Thanks to the integrated stirrer, the 899 Coulometer takes up less space on the laboratory table than a sheet of DIN A4 paper. Although small and compact, the coulometer does not compromise on performance. Water contents can be determined with precision down to trace levels. Indicator electrode and generator electrode with diaphragm are included in the scope of delivery.Recommended measuring range: 10 µg - 200 mg absolute waterCoulometry is the ideal method for water content determination in liquids, solids and gases in the trace range. In addition, coulometry is an absolute method and thus no titer determination is necessary.
2.899.0110899 Coulometer with generator electrode without diaphragm
Thanks to the integrated stirrer, the 899 Coulometer takes up less space on the laboratory table than a sheet of DIN A4 paper. Although small and compact, the coulometer does not compromise on performance. Water contents can be determined with precision down to trace levels. Indicator electrode and generator electrode without diaphragm are included in the scope of delivery.Recommended measuring range: 10 µg - 200 mg absolute waterCoulometry is the ideal method for water content determination in liquids, solids and gases in the trace range. In addition, coulometry is an absolute method and thus no titer determination is necessary.
2.899.1010899 Coulometer with generator electrode with diaphragm and Neo's USB thermal printer
Thanks to the integrated stirrer, the 899 Coulometer takes up less space on the laboratory table than a sheet of DIN A4 paper. Although small and compact, the coulometer does not compromise on performance. Water contents can be determined with precision down to trace levels. Indicator electrode, generator electrode with diaphragm and a Neo's USB thermal printer are included in the scope of delivery.Recommended measuring range: 10 µg - 200 mg absolute waterCoulometry is the ideal method for water content determination in liquids, solids and gases in the trace range. In addition, coulometry is an absolute method and thus no titer determination is necessary.
2.899.1110899 Coulometer with generator electrode without diaphragm and Neo's USB thermal printer
Thanks to the integrated stirrer, the 899 Coulometer takes up less space on the laboratory table than a sheet of DIN A4 paper. Although small and compact, the coulometer does not compromise on performance. Water contents can be determined with precision down to trace levels. Indicator electrode, generator electrode without diaphragm and a Neo's USB thermal printer are included in the scope of delivery.Recommended measuring range: 10 µg - 200 mg absolute waterCoulometry is the ideal method for water content determination in liquids, solids and gases in the trace range. In addition, coulometry is an absolute method and thus no titer determination is necessary.
2.899.2110899 Coulometer with generator electrode without diaphragm and 860 KF Thermoprep
This titration system is comprised of an 899 Coulometer and an 860 KF Thermoprep.
This means that samples unsuitable for direct Karl Fischer titration can be analyzed. With the aid of tightly sealed sample vials, the samples are moved into the oven of the 860 KF Thermoprep. The sample is heated up, the water it contains is vaporized and channeled into the titration cell. The water content of the sample is then determined with the 899 Coulometer.
2.899.3110899 Coulometer with generator electrode without diaphragm and 885 Compact Oven SC
This titration system is comprised of an 899 Coulometer and an 885 Compact Oven Sample Changer. It offers automated thermal sample preparation with subsequent water content determination in the smallest of spaces.This means that samples unsuitable for direct Karl Fischer titration can be analyzed. With the aid of tightly sealed sample vials, the samples are moved into the oven of the 885 Compact Oven Sample Changer. The sample is heated up, the water it contains is vaporized and channeled into the titration cell. The water content of the sample is then determined with the 899 Coulometer.