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899 Coulometer

2.899.0010 899 Coulometer with generator electrode with diaphragm
Coulometry is the ideal method for water determination in liquids, solids and gases when it comes to water determination in the trace range (10 µg to 10 mg absolute water). In addition, coulometry is an absolute method and thus no titer determination is necessary.
2.899.0110 899 Coulometer with generator electrode without diaphragm
Coulometry is the ideal method for water determination in liquids, solids and gases when it comes to water determination in the trace range (10 µg to 10 mg absolute water). In addition, coulometry is an absolute method and thus no titer determination is necessary.
2.899.1010 899 Coulometer with generator electrode with diaphragm and Neo's USB thermal printer
Coulometry is the ideal method for water determination in liquids, solids and gases when it comes to water determination in the trace range (10 µg to 10 mg absolute water). 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
Coulometry is the ideal method for water determination in liquids, solids and gases when it comes to water determination in the trace range (10 µg to 10 mg absolute water). In addition, coulometry is an absolute method and thus no titer determination is necessary.
2.899.2110 899 Coulometer with generator electrode without diaphragm and 860 KF Thermoprep
Coulometry is the ideal method for water determination in liquids, solids and gases when it comes to water determination in the trace range (10 µg to 10 mg absolute water). Moreover, coulometry is an absolute method, thus precluding the need for titer determination.
 
2.899.3110899 Coulometer with generator electrode without diaphragm and 885 Compact Oven SC
Coulometry is the ideal method for water determination in liquids, solids and gases when it comes to water determination in the trace range (10 µg to 10 mg absolute water). In addition, coulometry is an absolute method and thus no titer determination is necessary.