CSC Scientific Company, Inc. Datasheets for Titration Instruments

Titration instruments are used to determine the concentration of dissolved substances. Titration is based on a complete chemical reaction between the specific substance, the analyte, and a reagent or titrant of known concentration that is added to the sample.
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The new AT-710 series includes three model levels designed to meet almost any requirement. From the basic model to the flagship model all of the AT-710 series can accomodate a...
The Aquapal III coulometric Karl Fischer Titrator is a simple to use, operator friendly, moisture testing instrument. Manufactured and supported here in the USA for more than 30 years this...
The MKC-710 is a 7th generation coulometric Karl Fischer titration system. Years of improvements to benchtop design and software capabilities makes the 710 series a favorite choice for moisture testing.
TITRANT. General one-component reagent 1ml=approx. 5mg H2O
TITRANT. One ml is equivalent 5.0+-0.02mg H2O
Why choose a Karl Fischer volumetric titrator? Volumetric is ideal when working with samples containing higher levels of moisture (generally over 1% or 2%) but also when samples may contain...