Benchtop Density Meters :-
DM40 is a 4 place digital LiquiPhysics Excellence density meter for measurement of density, specific gravity, API (petroleum), BRIX (sugar) and other density related values.
The LiquiPhysics Excellence DM density meters and DX density cell modules automatically detect measuring errors and feature a wide measuring temperature range, fast heating-up and cooling down-rates and very short measuring cycles. DM and DX are doubtlessly the state-of-the-art pinnacle for digital measurement.
LiquiPhysics Excellence offers pioneering product-oriented OneClick measurements including a unique method/product concept with automatic error detection and automatic adjustment verifications. The most convenient way to enter sample data is achieved with SmartCodes eliminating the click of a button, and ScanStraight which is even capable of scanning barcodes automatically.
The powerful automation units can cope with practically any type of sample, clean efficiently the system, reduce work and protect operators from direct contact with toxic solvents or vapors. ErgoSens protects the instrument as measurements can be started without the need to touch anything.
LiquiPhysics Excellence can combine density and refractive index determinations with the innovative cell modules. The systems can also be flexibly upgraded to measure pH, conductivity and color simultaneously saving time, space and money. A smooth and seamless LIMS/SAP integration with LabX PC software organizes comprehensive sample lists containing all the relevant data to entirely automate quality control.
LiquiPhysics systems offer complete user management in every configuration. This includes LogStraight, a biometric way to quickly and accurately inform the system of the operator details. LabX laboratory software offers full support to comply with the 21 CFR 11 regulations.
1. A tabletop density metre is what, exactly?
Ans - A tabletop density metre is a lab tool used to calculate a material's mass per unit volume. It is frequently used to calculate the densities of gases, liquids, and solids.
2. What kinds of samples can a tabletop density metre measure?
Ans - The density of liquids, solids, and gases is commonly measured using a tabletop density metre. Additionally, it can be used to gauge the density of emulsions, slurries, and powders.
3. What is the precision of benchtop density metres?
Ans - The typical accuracy of benchtop density metres is 0.2% of the true density.
4. What features are available with benchtop density metres?
Ans - Benchtop density metres frequently come with functions like data storage, automatic sample detection, and built-in temperature control.
5. What advantages do benchtop density metres offer?
Ans - A tabletop density meter's main advantage is that it offers accurate and repeatable measurements with little operator work. It is also a rapid and affordable approach to calculate the densities of a range of samples.