Quickly test cathode powders and other advanced materials: In batteries, it has never been more critical to get the best quality product to market. Whether intended for an electric car, a smartphone, or a smoke detector, the quality of any battery will depend on how accurately its moisture content is controlled. Computrac can help. Computrac can quickly provide moisture-specific and total solids content results in a manner that does not depend on operator technique. In addition to instruments based on the loss-on-d...
Moisture content analysis for medical devices has never been easy. The resins are sophisticated and very expensive, the customers are demanding, and a minuscule cosmetic defect can mean the difference between thousands of dollars of saleable finished goods and scrap. When working with the complex, high-volatile-content materials that make up modern medical devices, every part per million counts, and every gram of resin counts. That’s why Computrac designed the Vapor Pro XL.
The application chemists of the METTLER TOLEDO Analytical Chemistry market support group have prepared more than 500 of ready-made titration applications for use with the wide range of METTLER TOLEDO titrators. These proven and well-tested applications will help you to get accurate results quickly. Our online search engine allows you to search through the database.
A Chemical-Free Alternative to Karl Fischer. Accurate control of moisture in lubricating oils is critical to keeping your most important machines in optimal condition, but historically there have been few good options for measuring moisture content. The “crackle test” is easy, but not accurate enough to keep modern machines running at their best. Karl Fischer titration is very accurate, but difficult to use, expensive to operate, and requires hazardous chemical reagents.
High-sensitivity trace-level measurement of water in organic solvent was performed on-line, continuously in real-time. Parts-per-million sensitivity (10-ppm detection limit) was achieved which previously could only be achieved by the Karl-Fischer titration method.