OMNIS – Karl Fischer titration
Breaking the limits of all existing automation solutions for titration: The OMNIS
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No matter whether your samples contain just trace concentrations of water or whether they are mostly water, the Titrando family of Karl Fischer titrators has got you covered.
These coulometric and volumetric titrators can be customized to your requirements and offer a wealth of options to make your work easier and safer: optional software control, sample preparation and automation solutions, and many more.
KF Ti-Touch titrators offer routine water determination on a small space.
Designed as easy-to-use and compact systems, they are equipped with a variety of features to make your work more comfortable: color touch screen, shortcuts for favorite methods, KF icons indicating the instrument status, and many more.
The KF Ti-Touch is available as a volumetric system for determining water contents above 0.1% and as a coulometric system for low water contents down to 0.001%.
831 KF Coulometer with generator ele
Inexpensive coulometer including titration cell and generator electrode with diaphragm for water content determination down to trace levels.
This coulometer has become indispensable in many laboratories thanks to its reliability, its backlit graphical display, the multi-language dialog and the simplicity of its operation. The clear display provides information regarding the relevant titration parameters and unambiguous indication of the progress of the titration in the form of a curve showing µ
The 875 KF Gas Analyzer from Metrohm is a fully automated solution to determine trace levels of water in liquefied and permanent gases.
Applying coulometric Karl Fischer titration, this instrument allows quick (< 5 minutes) and accurate analyses. The KF Gas Analyzer is suitable for a variety of gas types.
860 KF Thermoprep
The 860 KF Thermoprep is designed for thermal sample preparation in Karl Fischer titration.
Numerous substances cannot be analysed by direct Karl Fischer titration as they are not soluble, react with the Karl Fischer reagent or release their water only very slowly or not until heated to high temperatures. Using tightly sealed sample vials, the sample is inserted in the oven. The samples can be subsequently analysed by any volumetric or coulometric KF titrator.